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... originated as one of the gates in the city wall that surrounded Madrid in the 15th century. Outside the wall, medieval suburbs began to grow around the Christian Wall of the 12th century. The name of the gate came from the rising sun which decorated the entry, since the gate was oriented to the east.Between the 17th and ...
I didn't do much that was interesting today. I'm starting to get more adapted into Spanish, but my Spanish class makes me so uninterested in Spanish even more. Since she reviews grammar, it just makes me not want to learn Spanish because everything I learn she just perfects and perfects. My other classes were ok, and ...
The capital of Spain, Madrid, home to about 6 million people plus us for the next week. Our drive here was quick because I was flying. I think I averaged about 140km/hr the whole way with top speeds around 165km/hr. The car is super stable. Thankfully there weren't any police because I would have got a speeding ticket. Although, I think I was pretty safe because I was always following a faster car. We made one stop at ...
... me many memories of the Spanish program I watch back in England 'Cuentame Como Paso', which is why I decided to name this blog "Cuentame Como Paso en Madrid". I believe that Madrid will always be in my heart. I loved this city and I hope to come back in the future, and to one day live among the Madrileņos! I leave you guys with a song (which you can find right at the end of my pictures). This song reminds me of Spain and its colorful culture and life. by the Gypsy Kings 'A Tu Vera'. ...
Today we fly to Madrid and we’re reminded how much we love to takes the trains in Europe. Between getting there early and the hassle of security taking the train is just so much more efficient. Ok, it would have been about the same amount of time overall but far less stress. On the plus side, I picked up some more Saffron at the airport. In the duty free section they had huge hock of Ham hanging for purchase. All I could think of was the old Sophia ...