Gran Hotel Las Rozas
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... Calderone we could hear the crowds singing. The atmosphere was electric. Our seats this time were pretty much on halfway and about halfway up the stand. The game seemed somewhat classier and more skilful than our last look at a UEFA game. The crowd didn't stop singing for the entire 90 minutes and when Athletico scored early in the second half the crowd went nuts. If there's two things the Spanish love to do when watching football it's smoke and eat some crazy nut with ...
... which we also had chosen ahead of time - I had the chocolate ingot bathed in gold with a small scoop of orange sorbet. It looked like a stick of margerine! Totally covered in gold! With rich chocolate truffle inside - whew! The others had the thin crusted apple tart with vanilla ice cream - both looked and tasted amazing. Water and wine throughout and at the end, expresso with milk. It was a lovely dinner and fun evening. People were saying goodbye - many are continuing ...
... cotton sheets Madrid was a gorgeous city to explore. Museo del Prado, Palacio Real, Plaza Mayor, Calle Mayor, tree lined Jardines, department stores, tapas and vino were enjoyed. This was the first time Pito had set foot in Europe and you can probably imagine his reactions to the grand old buildings, architecture, royal palaces and immaculately tailored women. Ironically though neither of us expected the big dose of culture shock we were to endure. Going ...
... for midterms. Time is flying by here, it's kind of scary. but I'm enjoying my time and that is what matters right? Before studying more at home, I talked to my host mom, had a great conversation with her and discussed life. She told me to take a swim, but I worked out instead. Now doing more studying before bed. I'm exhausted still from France, so hopefully I will be fully restored for ...
... breakfast order. We were curious to find out what they would provided for a vegetarian without diary.
We were happy to find power outlets at each seat however there was no internet connection. This seems to be a serious drawback in the Spanish infrastructure. Lars contents that if they fix it they will have a better chance of fixing their failing economy. I can't disagree with him on that!
Of course my ...