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I think Madrid knew it was my last weekend here this semester- it rained everyday since Thanksgiving. SPEAKING of which, going to school on Thanksgiving Thursday is the weirdest feeling ever, on top of the fact that it was my last day of classes... However, my program had a group Thanksgiving dinner at Casa Botin (aka the oldest restaurant in the world, according to Guinness World Records!). Emilia, my host mother, ...
... had to throw darts at balloons. But the one I tried was one where you needed to fire these pistols loaded with little ammunition. Like BB guns, but these were connected to hoses, which pushed air into the gun. The aim of the game was to hit 8 soft drink cans with this pistol. I had a go, and I hit 5 out of the 8 cans. I didn't win anything but I didn't care, it was fun just shooting this pistol at targets.
Another day when ...
that we would most likely never see some of these people again. We each
received a certificate indicating that we had completed the program, and took a
few group photos. It was such a classy way to end a remarkable month. We had a
small reception in the cafeteria after and had some bocadillos. As I reflect on
everything I have learned in the last month I am astounded at how far I have
come in my language, in my cultural awareness of spain, ...
... de una cena tranquila en un restaurante en Segovia despues era hora de visitar la Catedral de Segovia. Hay más de 20 capillas con hermosas obras de arte y vidrieras. Hay un pasillo que conduce al claustro, que es más antigua que la catedral. Hay increíbles obras de arte. Vimos pinturas originales , esculturas y hermosos tapices. Por fin 10 viajeros cansados se subieron al autobús y regresamos a nuestro apartamento en Madrid. Barbara ...
Madrid, a large metropolis described by many Spaniards. The people of Barcelona that I've had the good fortune of chatting with didn’t like the larger city Madrid. And many complained that Valencia was too small for them.
I’m stuck on the train right now to Madrid, and I’ve booked my seat awkwardly facing someone, but lady luck is with me as there is no physical person occupying the seat in front of me! So again, I have ...