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... Escorial (all of which
I have been to before) but none-the-less constitutes a UNESCO World Heritage
Site for its unique architecture and historical importance. Alcala is actually
much older than Madrid and dates from the Roman era when there was a town named
Complutum near the site of the current city. The cathedral of Alcala de Henares
is at the site where two Roman children named Justus and Pastor were killed on
a stone in 305 A.D., martyred for refusing ...
... skills to book us an English speaking guide and it was worth every penny. She had been working at the palace for over 14 years and was incredibly knowledgable and just the right amount of sarcastic for us Americans. You should've seen her reaction when a French tourist came up and told her "we have the same at Versailles" and she responded by rolling her eyes a bit and saying "okay...but this was designed by a Spanish metal smith" ...
... types of music on each one. There are dancers on a stage, typical American club music, Spanish music, two floors for smoking, and a very strict dress code. Had I not had a traumatic experience here, I think Kapital would have been one of the coolest nightlife places I have visited thus far. Luckily, my parents are awesome and mailed me a new one, BUT I had to pay a Spanish ...
... with things, her son, Alberto, who usually has been staying at his dad's house, has been hanging out here. Being 19, very close to my age, this adds an extra personality in the apartment, which has made things more interesting. When Alberto and Julia get into a conversation I might as well just leave because I have no chance of understanding anything they talk so fast!! They speak so loud too... and I'm pretty sure its not angry talk either haha. It has been good getting to know ...
... will have a large crowd of American fans present at every game to cheer loud when we happen to complete a pass. Games start in October, so I will keep you updated on how that league goes.
So far in my classes, I have been learning much about spanish history, geography, politics, and economics. These subjects will lay the groundwork for understanding more involved materials later.
Here are some random interesting facts I have learned ...