Hotel Petit Palace Arturo Soria
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- a street-family stove made from bricks taken from the sidewalk itself
- a young puppy eating its dead sibling
- a dog on a leash (first one seen; we saw dozens of dogs every day, just not on leashes)
- a dog eating a goat ...
... for a good night’s sleep because our tour officially started that next afternoon.
The first item on our itinerary was a bus tour of Lisbon, with a couple of stops along the way at key landmarks. Lisbon is a beautiful city, organized into neighborhoods that are each anchored by one of the seven hills and luckily for us our hotel happened to be at the top of one of the highest hills so we had already been enjoying some excellent views of the skyline ...
... from what I understand, is more festive (if that's possible). This flamenco show really showed us the influence of the moors, when they invaded southern and central Spain centuries ago.
It was such a perfect last day in Spain. I cannot believe it is the end of the trip! I feel as if I have learned so much, and I would have never wanted to spend my summer any other way. I got so see amazing things, a ...
... to eat before our meeting about general things, health and housing orientation. It was great to hear all about the city, and even some of their recommendations of what they thought. After that, we got our housing meetings! I was assigned a women named Maribelle, who is my host mom. My roommate is from New York, and speaks some spanish. In the reviews, people wrote that Maribelle is so sweet, and that she is always with her sister and friends. They wrote that ...
... ultimate. A quick history lesson for y'all re: the tapa though? The name 'tapa' comes from the Spanish verb ‘tapar’ which means to cover. Every city has it's own story behind how tapas came to be. For Madrid though, it is believed King Filipe was concerned about the quantities of alcohol being consumed and as a result introduced a law that drinks would always be served with a small plate of food. The bartenders placed a lid (Remember, 'tapa' ...