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Our final day was art & walking focused. We started in the famous Prado museum which holds an amazing amount of spectacular fine artworks. There are a few shockers as always but there are some magical pieces and countless masterpieces. We saw the original Henry VIII painting from the 1500s that illustrate his size but also his power. We saw Dalis, Picassos, Renoirs, ...
... this morning.
While I watching an R-rated Spanish-dubbed Japanese cartoon on the TV downstairs MP was upstairs in the common bathrooms doing her thing and happily pondering the genius of last Friday's DA clue: **** deputy (6, 3)*. When she went to leave unfortunately the door was jammed. She banged and pulled out the door and caled out 'allo' but didn't have the words for "help get me out of here!" Another backpacker didn't have much luck so it wasn't until a staff ...
... contribution of GDP by the rest of the state is not really concentrated in one specific city that has any real demands to be met. In the case of Spain and Madrid, Barcelona and the region of Catalonia are significant areas of industry and continue to press the 'oppressive’ government of Madrid for greater freedom and power. By and far it will be time that will tell whether Madrid can remain a resemblance of Atlanta, but the many qualities these city’s share are ...
... I stayed home and finished my homework for the weekend. We had a late dinner and then got ready to spend our first real evening out.
I loved it. We met up with a group of students at a bar close to El Tigre and spent about an hour there before heading to Ohm Dance Club Sala Bash, which is located on Gran Vía. We were supposed to get in for free but by the time we got to the front of the line, it was past the "free entrance" time so some of us had to ...
... to meet at the dining room but I was unable to meet her. In the end I finally met the program director.
The students were extremely different from the students I was used to at Rice. They seemed to be all part of a sorority or fraternity house and they talked a lot about drinking. They were friendly, very much so, but it was interesting how different they were from the college students I were used to ...