Barcelo Castellana Norte
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... the last major highlight in the cathedral was the tomb of Christopher Columbus. Aside from the historical value the tomb itself was very unique in that it is actually held about ten feet above ground by four large statues representing the four kingdoms who financed his explorations. It was pretty amazing to look upon the tomb of the person who, for better or worse, is credited with discovering the Americas. While all the stories we were told as kids may not be ...
... her cousin has two sons and she's so proud of them. After eating, my host mom, her sister and cousin stayed there, while me and my roommate went back to the house for a little before figuring out where to go.
We ended up meeting with people at the school (which is a 30 min public transportation away, about a 50 min walk from school) and than decided to go out to Sol, which is the downtown area. We went to different little places, to watch the game ...
... that we want to see the Prado museum. Paula, John, Mariapia and Ronny decide to join. When we arrive to the museum, we notice the line being over 500m long due to the free admission and decide on the Reina Sophia museum which is a 10 minute walk away. This museum houses the artworks of masters including Pablo Picasso and Salvadore Dali. Other artists like Man Ray and Diego Riviera are also exhibited here. We have just over an hour to explore the place ...
... the airport at 8:40pm but weren't meeting everyone else until 9:30 so we each had a McFlurry. We were the first people there, but Ash wasn't far behind. Shortly after we spotted Sasha who's flight from Sydney had landed four hours earlier. Hooi, the Student Exchange representative couldn't find us and was so flustered and honestly had no idea what to do so it was mum who was pretty much directing everyone. We checked in with the worlds grumpiest guy who wouldn't let me put things in ...
... dismissive. Feeling panicky that I wouldn't get there and back in time, I looked around for some LAN staff to talk to, but the only one I managed to ambush couldn't tell me very much, only that if there were any LAN staff at my flight's boarding gate then I could speak to them instead. There weren't any at the gate though, because it was too early, so I had to go to Terminal 4 after all. Only Terminals 1, 2, and 3 were on the signs, however, so I had to go back downstairs to ...