Hotel Quatro Puerta del Sol
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... a wavy shape, which was then plastered with lime mortar and covered with a mosaic of fragments of coloured glass and ceramic discs.
... extremely transient. You’re running into them into different points of their stay. They may have only 1 day left, or are just staying 2 days. You get companions, but no friends. At the Spanish school, I had mostly companions and at least 1 friend.
The beauty of not doing the school is not having to be somewhere at a certain time. So I think here’s how I should’ve done it here, one city, 3 weeks with Spanish school, 3 weeks without. Of ...
... sort of got what we thought we were getting.
Madrid has a lot more people begging and sleeping in the streets than Barcelona, with people on every corner asking for money. We sit here in our apartment hoping for the rain to stop, so we can venture out once again this afternoon.
Tomorrow we head off on our day bus tour to Toledo, so we hope the rain, if not the cold weather, will stay away.
... kind of monastery and included some El Greco (famous spanish painter?) paintings. Mark pointed out that the trademark is the bright yellow and red cloth depicted. On the way back to the bus we joked around with knight statues and marvelled at the medieval door knockers. My google maps on my iphone took us the way - right up confusing and steep small alleyways! We also quickly ducked into what we thought was a castle, right near our meeting point, but which turned out to be ...
We had planned to go to Avila from Valladolid and then to go on to Casavieja from there; alas, the bus schedule did not plan as us and we found ourselves back in Madrid. The main things to be done during this time involved buying more El Rincon, eating Taco Bell, and playing Catan.
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