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... bored rather than inspired me. I'm surprised at this. I do confess to a surge of envy watching the 'bright young things' scuttling about between Colleges. Evidently exams had just concluded, and we saw many a strangely dressed young person in gown, braces, suspenders, bow tie etc heading off to attend the various peculiar traditional activities that mark the end of classes. One young woman was seen with her academic gown completely covered in what looked like whipped cream and ...
completed in small groups on our own time or on our own. The activities that
she outlined are ways for us to get around the city and become more familiar
with life in Madrid. After class we went from lunch with some of our new
American friends. We showed them our new favorite lunch spot and tried some of
the hot chocolate our teacher raved about… and it was definitely something to
rave about. Apparently ...
We began with Romanesque style paintings. During this time the meaning of the objects were more important than the actual appearance. There were no lights, background, or expressions. Each object was portrayed separately as there was con concept of depth or perception. In the painting the hunger, a man is the symbol ...
... I really like the sculptor Bernini, and I never thought I would be able to pinpoint certain artists like that! I have never had much taste for historic art, but I have enjoyed it much more than expected! I also realized that I really DON'T like contemporary art that much....although I love Edgar Degas!! So, our art class ends tomorrow and we go back to our usual classes and schedules, which I hope isn't too crazy! I might get to go to a Real Madrid game next ...
... and time in mind. On my climb I found a cool church and and awesome path down to the water which although cold was completely see through and so inviting; I abstained from jumping in remembering how cold the swim from yesterday was. After meeting we went back to the port to take the ferry back to Athens. Our final day in Athens I went to see the Acropolis, Parthenon, and a museum with a number of ancient artifacts from ancient Greece (all of my entrances ...