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... honor and dignity" of the monarchy. Both of this things worsened the public’s opinion of the monarchy due to the poor portrayal of Felipe by the newspaper and the monarchy’s actions against it. A Spanish newspaper published a photo of Juan Carlos on a secret hunting trip in Africa, outraging many. This is due to the wealthy lifestyle the monarchy indulges in while many in Spain are suffering economically.
Social media also plays a large role in forming ...
... ever since. A very critical aspect that was brought up every time we discussed the bullfight was the emotional aspect that goes with it. Naturally, seeing an animal (or any living being for that matter), be killed in front of you will draw some emotional response. But the reaction you prepare yourself for and the one you have when it happens are entirely unique, and immensely visceral.
So, the day arrives. Group trip to Las Ventas, everyone well read and studied on ...
... There are a few clubs in Madrid which our group usually go to -
Kapital: a 7 floor club that burns a m*********** in your pocket and where you will undoubtedly lose everyone for at least 30 minutes if you go for a **** alone.
Joy Eslava: Great on a Thursday, 12 euro entry with two drinks that usually send you over the edge if you drink enough before you go out.
Delta Kappa: I know how ridiculous a BYOB nightclub sounds - let ...
... lot of other people from our hostel as well as from other hostels, we met some other Australians (they are getting more common), Americans and Brits. The tapas themselves were OK at the first place but got worse as we went along, by the end they just gave us macaroni and sauce and tried to pass it off as paella. After the tapas tour we went on a pub crawl, this was fun and Emma came along this time and was definitely better this time as I remembered it ...
... taxi ride, but we were staying in Seville's old city (Casco Antiguo) where the streets are narrow and the buildings are charming. Our hotel was situated in a square and it was delightful. Furthermore the reception staff spoke English. We had previously read there was a good amount of English spoken in Barcelona and very little in Seville. We found the opposite to be the case.
And it was warm, very warm - I soaked it up. ...