Ciudad De Alcala

Calle Canovas de Castillo, 4, Alcala De Henares, Madrid, 28807, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Alcala De Henares


A travel blog entry by nicoleciullo on Jan 08, 2014

After an hour and a half delay, a six hour flight, Dodgeball, Slumdog Millionaire, How I Met Your Mother, and a bunch of Luke Bryan, I finally entered the beautiful city of Alcala and saw my first sunrise over Madrid. Then I met my host family, who seem ...

Orientation at the Institute

A travel blog entry by bryantdawson on Sep 05, 2013

2 comments, 7 photos

Since my last post on my first day here in Spain, I feel like a lifetime has passed. I'm going to do my best to retell the majority of it.  Tuesday and Wednesday of this week were the official orientation days for the study abroad program. I've met several students from other American universities (U of Arizona, Stony Brook, Tufts, and Tennessee). Butler definitely has the largest number of students here in the program which is a good feeling. We are also the ...

The Arrival

A travel blog entry by bryantdawson on Sep 01, 2013

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... Things got slightly emotional, but for the most part I feel like I should congratulate my mom for being willing to say goodbye for 4 months. I took the group flight over here with about 12 other Butler students, half of whom I knew previously and all of whom I know now! We did have a long layover in Charlotte, NC (5 hours or so). The flight over to Spain left Charlotte at 4:45pm Eastern Time (Sunday) and arrived in Madrid at ...

Ok once you find the campsite!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

A travel blog entry by kayyendole on Feb 04, 2013

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Quite an amazing city with The 16th Century restored Mezquita Cathedral (originally 785-787) and the magnificent Roman Bridge and the narrow cobbled streets of the Jewish Quarter and its 14th Century Synagogue. Apparently in the 10th Century this was one of the greatest cities in the Western World, I still think it is. It has retained so many features of its changing history, you wonder how they could have survived the changing rule of the city with what was ...

Madrid Travel

A travel blog entry by anni.johnson on Sep 03, 2012

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... dresses like hip, skirts and sophisticated jeans never go out of fashion.

Plaza del Toros at is the part of local's fashion. People of Madrid also value family and friends more than anything else and you will always find locals engaging in conversations filled with laughter and humor. You may also enjoy local culture like real Madrid soccer match, bullfighting and Flamenco dancing.

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