Holiday Inn Express Madrid - Tres Cantos
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... br> Washington D.C.). However, everything
worked out in the end: we still decided to get married (though my dad is
probably still rolling his eyes saying, “I tried to warn John about that
girl!”), we still got to spend our honeymoon abroad in Mexico (though John and
I alternated stomach illnesses for a month), and the next Fulbright offer
landed us in Chile (though we somehow got caught up with the Ranft-Doody ...
... try and spit
out a conversation and put myself out there to get the point across, which is
not only helping with my language but it giving me a lot of confidence. We met
everyone and made our way into the bull ring. The ring from the outside looked
like a huge castle with red brick and inside kind of reminded me like a rodeo
set up or a roman coliseum. The stadium was packed, and as tamar described it,
we would compare it to people coming to watch a popular ...
... to dry, at least if I don't have a good sunny location), and figuring out the quickest and easiest way to pack my bag so everything has a place no matter what I'm wearing or carrying that particular day. And I need to figure out how to quietly get up in the morning and into bed at night, and when I'm going to do blog updates, because I'm often pretty tired at night but doing them in the morning kind of destroys the whole "get up early and get on ...
... neighbors place, with 12 other kids!!!
And the person that introduced me to the neighbor is my friend that I've been with since we arrived in Madrid, Olivia.
We also went swimming outside 5 times yesterday, with Nora the neighbor, because it is veeeerrry hot here.
Today I also went to the pool 4 times, with Olivia, Nora, and her brother Gael. We ...
... knew it would make her happy. We put together some songs that described our semester here and we came up with a dance. A few days before the ceremony we found out that she had stretched the truth a little bit. It turns out, only 2 other acts were performing, and both of them were pretty serious. There was a violinist and a girl singing a spanish opera song. Our dance was far from spanish, and far from serious. We were nervous we were going to stick out ...