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... passing the Puerta de Alcalá and the biggest flag in all of Spain. My host mom was at work though, so it was just a quick stop to see where I was living before I had to go practice with my group for our theater presentation that week. Wednesday I had class all day and it worked out so my parents could take a day trip to Toledo, which I already went to (see blog for Toledo here http://www.travelpod.com/travel-blog-en tries/imdbling/1/1411830079/tpod.html)< ...
... a mariachi band, opera singer, magician, and a guy who made a Kermit puppet play the piano.
... 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 ...
... was expecting it to be pretty medival and not that interesting but the buildings were all so pretty! We got to have a free visit all day so a few of us found this nice trail down to a river and just sat and enjoyed the sunshine for a while. Then we walked around the city and I tried Mazapan which is almond paste bread? It was really interesting. That night after a long almost 6 hour bus ride, we got home to Maria Jose's hugs!!!!
... tasted nothing like that ones we have had back home. It was smooth, tasty and to be honest we could drink it like water. When it was time for us to head back home we learnt the deception of Sangria.
Even after Sangria and a siesta the previous day, we woke up feeling tired. We made plans to visit tourist spots but after breakfast we were tired yet again. This is the city where we learned that you can’t keep on travelling; you need a break where you have to relax ...