Hotel Apartamentos Don Juan I
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- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... come to realize that, no, the world doesn't need for me to save it... I'm not really all that important in the big picture... But from time to time I do feel a nostolgia for that period of my life, and imagine myself once again a bold knight of on a vital mission of sorts... Well, in honor of that, today I am going to set out on a mission, in honor of my courageous fellow adventurer: I'm going to walk to Madrid and connect Alcala to ...
... That included my two pieces of chicken, chips, bread, a glass of red wine, flan and coffee. The flan was especially good. After lunch we walked to the Reina Sophia modern art museum to see Picasso's famous Guernica. We got in free because we are seniors. One good thing about getting older! Picasso isn't my favorite painter but that was a moving painting. I'm glad I saw it. He painted it after ...
... different type of bottle to be filled with a differently brewed beer. At the end of the tour, we were taken to a Bar within the factory itself and given free beer on tap and tapas (snacks)!
This Wednesday I had another field-trip. My soccer class went to Madrid to see The Vincent Calderon Stadium, which is home to Atleti Madrid (Athletic Club of Madrid). This is one of the best known Spanish soccer teams (behind Real Madrid and Barcelona). Currently they ...
... out the video I posted in the "pictures" section. Wednesday: The second day of orientation was very similar. Both days lasted from 9am - 2pm. On Wednesday, We got important information about the bus and subway lines in both Alcala and Madrid. We also got a run down of all the conditions/ expectation of our home stay with a Spanish family, and also the logistical info about our health insurance and where to go if we need healthcare. We had a ...
... ordeal for her by any means.
After I was unpacked, my madre, Alberto, and I all crowded around the small kitchen table to eat a large, filling lunch. It was very good! I will be getting three home-cooked meals a day here, and I am more than happy with the food I have had so far! After lunch (around 2:30 pm) I took a siesta (mid-day rest time). I ended up sleeping for 3 hours, but it was much needed after little sleep on the ...