Espahotel Plaza de Espana
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... fast, but it was actually a little bit later than scheduled. My layover was originally 2 hours, but was now only 1.5. I managed to make it to my gate right when boarding was supposed to start, but my flight was delayed a half hour. Now I'm finishing this blog, and I'm probably going to go make Auntie Anne's my first purchase back in America. Thanks for reading all of this, I guess, and I will post pictures (hopefully) within the next ...
... tomorrow to buy them in person, all the cheap ones will likely be gone. UGH.
2.) I HAVE HAD A DAY TRIP FOR FRIDAY PLANNED FOR A MONTH. AN ENTIRE MONTH. I checked the weather for Friday in this location and THE ENTIRE WEEK IT IS SUPPOSED TO BE SUNNY AND 70.
EXCEPT FOR FRIDAY.
WHERE IT WILL BE 55 AND 80% RAIN.
I AM UPSET.
(Also I'm not disclosing the location yet because it's a surprise for certain people who might be looking ...
... We couldn't take pictures inside but one time when I looked out the window I could see the knot gardens and the four towers of Madrid in the distance. Without thinking I whipped out my camera and got busted. On the way out Ozzie and I found a place where we could see the gardens and took pictures of each other.
We walked back to the bus and drove to the Valley of the Fallen which is a crypt and basilica dedicated to those who ...
... Yesterday we started the day off with a walk to Plaza de Espania which was built for the Iberio- American Exposition. It was designed in the typical renaissance using typical materials going in the city, brick,tile, mosaic, and iron. There is tile work depicting each region in Spain. It was cool to see. After the plaza we went to The Alcazar. ( The Royal Palace) Originally built as a Moorish fort but today its the oldest Royal ...
... system has been in enhancing my understanding of ‘The Elements of Psychology’ or ‘Organizational Design’, two of the 6 classes I have studied during my time in Madrid. It asks me what have I learned about everything from the people around me to the differences between the two majorly contrasting cultures to which I can now lay claim to be some part of.
Like my previous blog - Living ...