Hotel Alcala Plaza
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pastry named Crostada de Alcala which I found at a nice pasticceria. Crostada
de Alcala is a little like a Napoleon with several layers of flaky phyllo-like
pastry and two different kinds of filling in between, one a vanilla pastry
cream and the other a very sweet fluffy meringue. The local pastry specialty
made my day whole despite eating at McDonalds. I found Alcala de Henares to be
an extremely interesting day trip from a cultural and historical perspective.
... hillside overlooking the city. It was a decent climb but not actually that difficult. Way less people. WAY more hippie. That section (past the Ablyzin) is known as the gypsy/hippie section of town. There are actual gypsies (Roma) who live in caves in the mountainside, and the people who live in the town out there are VERY hippie. Everyone has dreads and wears giant pants in large amounts of bright colors. You get the picture. It was interesting to ...
After an hour and a half delay, a six hour flight, Dodgeball, Slumdog Millionaire, How I Met Your Mother, and a bunch of Luke Bryan, I finally entered the beautiful city of Alcala and saw my first sunrise over Madrid. Then I met my host family, who seem ...
... and the horror of the wrong done to that place is plangent and vivid.
So, on to the complex fun of Joan Miro, lively colour and design with linear symbols. Dali the train wreck, where psychoanalysis collides with an absurdist. Not really my cup of java. Delaunay and his delicious use of colour. There were many other painters in each of the styles are exhibited. No pics allowed. So we went room to room in a large rectangle around ...
Since my last post on my first day here in Spain, I feel like a lifetime has passed. I'm going to do my best to retell the majority of it. Tuesday and Wednesday of this week were the official orientation days for the study abroad program. I've met several students from other American universities (U of Arizona, Stony Brook, Tufts, and Tennessee). Butler definitely has the largest number of students here in the program which is a good feeling. We are also the ...