Compostela Suites Apartments
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... thing right now at the Prado is the “Monstrance” from the church of San Ignacio in Bogotá, an object known as The Lettuce because of all the emeralds used. I think it’s a head piece for a Saint of some sort, although I’m pretty sure that if Saints are real and if they are paying attention at all, no Saint worth his or her salt would ever be caught dead (ahem) with it.
The next day we went to the museum that ...
... the beer and a bottle of wine, all for under 50 euros. Based on the entire evening, including our fantastic accommodations, we declare Madrid to be our kind of town.
Renee left early and although we were all excited for a full heaping helping of Madrid, we were also just a little wistful that she was already on her way home.
We planned to get up early for a full day on Friday but we slept in til 830. The Prado opens at 10, so this ...
... my Spanish, trying to trick me into saying I had a cat in my pants and then offering to teach me Spanish swear words if I told him what I wanted to know in English. The whole situation was pretty bizarre. After he left Isabel reclined for a little while before we walked 2 blocks down to get a prescription. On our way we saw about 3 openly gay couples which was good to see. Isabel got her cough syrup, antibiotics and painkillers before we headed back to the hostel for ...
... car up was Segovia ( we heard there was a pretty good aqueduct to see). So we drove for about 2 hours out to Segovia. The drive was quite nice we went up over some of the mountains along a windy main road that "would have been good to fly down on a bike". We stayed in Segovia for 2 nights at a campsite just outside the city. We were roughing it now for the next 12 days! We had a 3 man tent ( a new one seeing as Sons one was prob not going to cut it) our cheap sleeping ...
... the high-school equivalent has green socks, red skirt and t-shirt similar to Marist with no blazer. However shoes are whatever you want - boots, ugg boots, sneakers etc and pretty much everything looks **** with the uniform. There is an official school jumper but its optional so most people wear their own. People in my level wear free dress, and anything goes, including thongs and singlets! To distinguish themselves all the teachers have to wear white lab coats which look ...