Compostela Suites Apartments
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... write some of my blog, and Simmo had a power nap in a beautiful area... In Madrid... so life is not so bad :) We had this thought that one day we could have a non culture day and go to a movie and eat Taco Bell etc. that didn't exactly happen but on Monday we found a Cinema that showed movies in their original language so we got some tickets to the new Avengers movie. It was a great movie, had lots of fun once again with Simmo getting his nerd on. We also had a lot of washing to do ...
... 10th century Córdoba was the most populous city in the world, and under the rule of Caliph Al Hakam II it had also become a centre for education under its Islamic rulers. During these centuries Córdoba had become the intellectual centre of Europe and was also noted for its predominantly Muslim society that was tolerant toward its Christian and Jewish minorities. It is here that our local ...
... and again we stop at the Hard Rock Café, where it is totally packed. Comfort stop over, we pass the Prado museum and then Parque Retiro, the east side park. Then we head towards our destination of the bullring.
As I’m sure there are many opinions of the Bullfight, I am not going to explain or post pictures of anything gruesome, but the experience for us was a good one and we will remember it well. We still aren’t sure whether it is a good or ...
... been before....and the costs would be covered by my school. BUT nevertheless, it was a full 2-day workshop during my summer break, so I felt a bit justified in my impetuses.
Tried to do as much as I could in the little free time that I had. Highlights were certainly going for early morning runs throughout Madrid parks, seeing the grand palace, and going to a bull ...
... its culture. I always hate it when the first thing people talk to me about Korea is its dog eating culture. I feel every culture has its problems that a large majority of the culture itself disagrees with but still goes on for the sake of “tradition.” Even here all the Spanish people I talked to hate Corridas but there were still a lot of people in the stadium. Hopefully this tradition soon becomes just a part of ...