Barcelo Torre Arias
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... I say this... a little ethnocentric? I drop off my bag at the bus station and head out to explore the town. This time I decide to make an exception to my rule of not using a map, today I want to go straight to the “cool” stuff and make up for all my missed opportunities to explore the city. Not long after I leave the station, the sense of grandeur of this city starts to sweep over my as the building get more and more elegant. This grandeur that I ...
... We saw many people dressed up in costumes. This is the first time I had actually seen those "levitating" people, or the people who were painted but didn't move. We walked through, planning to come back. We saw the separation between Old and New Madrid, which reminded me a lot of Florence versus New York City. Both beautiful but for different reasons. Here we saw places like Starbucks, and "Women's Secret."
We ended up at Chocolateria San Gines, where ...
Breakfast at the hostel this morning. The provided breakfast is very simple, but a favourite of everyone appears to be the tomato sauce made in house. Over a piece of toast and some fruit I met Kate from Melbourne and three Americans, Lisa, Audrey and Cindi. Kate has been travelling for over 6 months by now and has visited a lot of different places. Lisa and Audrey have been visiting Cindi in Casablanca and have then come to Madrid for a bit of a ...
... the food, and there were cameras all over the place and we weren't entirely sure when they had the cameras pointed at us or not. Before eating, they asked me and Charlie to move over so that the host could sit to my right-- and he sat there the whole time! The cameras were pointed at him obviously for most of the time but I'm pretty sure I got in a few shots. He'd ask us some questions about the food and what we expected and we'd answer. I was ...
... hang out. We ate supper around 9 pm which is super late considering we usually
eat dinner around 6:30 or 7 at home. Conversation at the dinner table was way
better then yesterday, I am already feeling like my Spanish is improving and I am
getting more comfortable putting myself out there. We are kind of being forced
to use the language as Antonia dosnt speak any English. I am surprised actually
at how little English everyone here speaks, even ...