Foxa Tres Cantos
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Students arrived at the airport super early…Jaime got there at 7:30am. After checking in and saying our goodbyes we were on our way to Boston. During the flight we learned that Jordan doesn't like the take off and that Jaime is afraid of heights. They both helped each other out as you can see from this picture…I was trying not to laugh, I thought it was sweet.
Once in Boston we got a bite to eat and enjoyed some down town without ...
... your restaurant? I go on my way. I cannot get over what just happened. I find a place to chill, across from my hotel and have a few cold ones and some chips. Time passes. People pass. Bird walk by. Temperature drops. I walk back to my hotel and clean up for dinner. I look up restaurants again. Find an Italian place that has good reviews. Why not, Italian 2 times in one day. I walk down to check it out. Pretty quiet. It is, in fact, a Tuesday night. Wasn't too sure ...
... fell immediately asleep on the bus back to Madrid. Man were we stuffed! How can they eat like that! Back to Madrid for a small little tapas plate and capucchino. Still full... Becca's corner: Suckling pig (the experience with Charlene's dinner theater). The pig was just tender moist pig. The pig is roasted in a little water for three hours in a pine wood oven, and they ************* it at all. We really enjoyed a scrambled egg mixed with Iberian ham and ...
... 8217;s house we were slightly
delayed when I shattered a wine bottle on his floor, but regardless the group
of us took the metro to the bar where the San Fran kids had told us to meet.
When we got there it was packed and there was no way we were getting in, so we
walked around and found a small pub close by that had good tapas and cheap
cervesas (beer). It was awesome because the city was divided in a sense into
Real fans and Atletic- the Real fans ...
... and Rober and their mum and Rober's son with the same name. It was all Mexican - wraps with heaps of different sauces and spices and the most complex nachos I've ever seen! They had three Mexican men come in with their Sombreros and full outfits, two with guitars and one with a trumpet, who all wanted me to wear their Sombreros. I was then given a Margarita - which I may have enjoyed more if there wasn't so much salt and a 'drunk ...