Cason del Tormes
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I was up bright and early, as I had to be at the travel office at 8.45. From my hotel, it's a massive walk of about 1 min. I planned well! Today I was off to Avila and Segovia. I has already been to Segovia with the university, but enjoyed it so was happy to go back. The bus was almost full, with a huge range of nationalities, including lots of …
I was hoping to have a giant sleep in, but only made it to 8am. As my train wasn't until 12.30, I just took the morning slowly- packed and caught up on my blog. I checked out just after 11.30 and grabbed a taxi to the train station. The trip to Madrid was an express so only had 3 stops, so it took just under 3 hours. I arrived at the Charmartin …
... the narrow city streets and saw Dan's old apartment on the way to a museum mom was interested in seeing.
Upon arriving at the Thyssen-Bornemisza at 3:15 mom was less than impressed to find out it closed at 4:00 but settled for an audio guide and began the tour. Two of the paintings she was hoping to see were on loan so the 45 minutes leant enough time to see the Degas and other impressionists favorites she had on her list.
After a cell phone incident with ...
Sorry for the delay in this, but for the past 3 months or so my laptop has not been able to connect to the internet as such I was unable to access the blog (I have the password saved on my laptop). If I remember correctly my last update was right before my trip to Rome so I guess I will start there.
I was visiting one of my friends from Northeastern who was studying abroad at the American University in Rome (needless ...
... 25 years here and I’ll know how to say, "May I please kiss you repeatedly?"
To order the tortilla I had it all rehearsed to ask for “Un pincho de tortilla, por favor.” I was proud of myself in advance. Seems simple enough. Until I was confronted with an actual living being at which point I froze like a human in the headlights. I have a hunch I would have frozen just as much if I tried to say it to a golden retriever.
As soon as I get nervous ...