Barcelo Torre Arias
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... and swimming about. People are rowing around the pond on boats. There is one of very few statues dedicated to the fallen angel - Lucifer in the park. He is placed 666 metres above sea level.
That night I meet a girl in the hostel Ola and we hit up some more sangrias and tapas. There are people spilled over the streets and huddled in ...
Today I woke up later, 9:45 and got ready and had the same thing for breakfast, cereal and cookies! Went to classes, they were good but again, spanish is killing me. I wish i could just drop the class. The class is Not fun! She wanted to plan a trip when none of us could really go... ugh. Whatever, I got through it. After classes, I went home all by myself. I was proud of myself that I got home safe and sound, and went by myself. It feels safer here. After I got home, I took ...
... We got back wide awake, stayed up until 730am and then we crashed until about 1pm. But I was still feeling tired so we just chilled, slept some more before deciding our laziness was just too much, that we had to do something. So around 730pm we went to see the Real Palace and Valor, the oldest chocolate dessert store in Madrid. I think Valor was more the highlight LOL. Opened since 1881. Thats quite a while for a chocolate store.
This evening, I tried really ...
... the War of the Unicorns that a foreign tour group would have surely believed. The Alhambra was beautiful despite of the sexy posers and tour groups. There were beautiful gardens and very detailed stucco mouldings that covered the walls and ceilings in morrocan style. The Alhambra was originally built as a fortress in 899 and then converted to a royal palace in 1333 by Yusuf I, the Sultan of Granada, it was hard to imagine it was built so long.
After the Alhambra we went back to ...
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Pato and her husband Paco live in a HUGE, beautiful apartment in a place called Majadahonda in the suburbs of Madrid. Paco is a fellow diabetic so we had a lot to talk about over dinner. My room is really nice and I could not have asked to live in better surroundings.