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Okay... I'm sure most of you are wondering why I haven't posted in a while. My only explanation I can give is that I've been so busy with deciding which classes to take that it's organized chaos at the least... With that said, my first full weekend in Madrid was pretty neat. Satuday morning, my program met up to go on a walk of El Retiro, a park in Madrid comparable to the size of Central Park in NYC. If you ...
... about. The first bar we went into was basically empty and we were a bit hesitant. But everything we had was sooo good. How it works is that you order a drink and then usually you get a free tapa, then you continue onto the next bar where you do the same. We tried three different ones, but the first one was definitely our favorite. As the night went on, things just got crazy on the streets. There were so many young people partying and ...
... he crossed the room to get to me. Impressively, she did manage to make eye contact with me for a short while! I was actually so excited for her.
I went back up to our class with five minutes to go but no one was there; I managed to find a boy in our group - who I've only ever once spoken to but he's always looking at me - to get him to ring Nat. He massively overreacted by the fact that I was talking to him and gave me the biggest hug then ran over to tell ...
... the way:
- Roman numeral clocks are only balanced if they replace the IV with a IIII
· If you spent 30 seconds of each of the palace rooms it would take you 18 months to see
· Fat churros are called porra and churros are a breakfast food
· Football celebrations are held around roundabouts
· The local tooth fairy is a rat named Raton ...
... centre. The bus ride takes almost as long as the train from Madrid!
Although we could have continued on the No. 9 bus, we decide to splurge on a taxi to our
accommodation. It’s quite close, through the old town and the Plaza Mayor. The flat, arranged through AIRBNB, is just behind the Cathedral in the old Jewish Quarter. We arrive at the door of No. 9 Calle de la Almuzena. A face peeps out from the window above.