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... this time. Guadalajara is the capital of its own province in Castilla la Mancha region, but it's really more like a suburb of Madrid, with a population of 84,000 some of the industry being moved this direction in an attempt to decentralize the capital. Guadalajara, Mexico is the second largest city in the country witha metropolitan population of over 4 million. So let the comparisons begin... I walk past the humble Guad-Spain stadium and recall ...
... awesome and one of the guys from san Francisco
noted after the class that he was destined to marry her. She told us all the
best places to go, where to buy the best chocolate caliente, how to maneuver our
way through the disco scene, and where to get the best deals… which was
awesome. She explained that in the evenings we will be expected most days to
participate in a Cultural Didactic activity which was assigned ...
... s most famous violins. Apparently no insurance company wished to cover these violins since they are worth millions of euros.
Yesterday we went to a nice tapas place one again and headed over to Dubliners for a few drinks. It was like we traveled between two different countries because the atmosphere was so different. Caramel Vodka was delicious. Buenísimo!
... and one of the stops was The Mercado de San Miguel. I am so happy to have found this place. It's like a huge party inside. All sorts of prepared food and drinks served. No pig heads or anything like that this time. Note to self: come back here before leaving Madrid, at least once. So I did this afternoon. Jammed packed with peeps. First off, I ordered a gin and tonic. While I am not a big G & T gal, it ...
... stadium that night but that still isn't even close to my estimation of 20,000 - it was more than full, it was bursting at the seams.
Thankfully I managed to leave relatively safely with a few friends through the only exit available - all the exits were locked and this is because the organisers were severely understaffed - so basically there was one double door exit about 40ft across for 20,000 people with people leaving and entering. ...