Ciudad de Parla
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... stopped for a break once again in the middle of nowhere and indulged in Portuguese tarts and cigarettes. The second leg was a bit more broken up, particularly by a sex and the city session. We arrived in Lisbon late and with little trouble figured out how to get to our metro station. We were all weighed down and tired so the walk from the station to our hostel was deadly. We arrived ...
... Many of these anthems have a sort of call to arms sections; this is here after a verse, there is a different neology that is blurted out like ‘Hala Madrid’ or ‘Aupa Zaragosa’.
It is also interesting that anthems in Spanish Soccer are given such importance, but the Spanish national team’s anthem has no lyrics. Ball says this represent Spaniard inability to compromise, and that is what makes Spanish Soccer so polarized and full of ...
... we didn’t know how long it would be,
we thought they would get to the square around 3 so we decided to tough it out
but they actually got to the square at 6:00 am… we waited 6.5 hours for them
and honestly being in a squished crowd of thousands of people and feeling like
my feet were going to fall off made me want to bail a few times. Im so thankful
that we stuck it out and followed through because seeing them and being apart
of history was ...
... was somewhat of a changing point in my relationship with my host family. I talked to Angel that I really didn’t feel too integrated in my family and I don’t know if it was because of that or because there were a lot of events this weekend but I really grew closer to my family. On Saturday I went grocery shopping with my dad and sister which took us a full two hours. We bought tons of drinks, snacks, and also ingredients to make pizza ...
... Marie Ecuador, Yousef (Diana's boyfriend) Morocco and Nat and Diana representing Spain, no outcome.
At a quick count, I know 47 Spanish words; I'm pretty impressed considering it's only been a week and a half. It really took me by surprise by how many words you can pick up so fast. There's a lot of words I know and understand though that I just can't say, like ...