Hotel Zenit Conde de Orgaz
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El Parque de Retiro is one of the largest parks in the city, originally belonging to the Spanish Monarchy until becoming a public park in the 19th Century. My run lasted for two and a half hours, but that was mostly because I made several stops to take pictures. This park is absolutely gorgeous!! It has several different gardens and monuments, two large palaces, and a gigantic pond where many people were renting paddle boats ...
... there. The gate closed off the central part of the city from a road that was well known for having brothels. That way, when people looked back into the city, they would see a cross and be reminded of their sins.
Our next stop included talking about traditional architecture of the city and what the different types of buildings represented (who they were built by and when). We also saw a statue of a bear and a tree which is the symbol of Madrid. The bear was the symbol of ...
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The question "Where are you from" stumps me these days. Back in the States I would always reply Seoul, South Korea. Nowadays though I don't know whether I should reply Houston, Rice University, the States, or Seoul. Usually I choose the answer that requires the least amount of explanation and elaborate only when necessary. Still, it is a weird feeling thinking that in ...
... I think this beats the full door on the Vline).
I don't know why but I had so much energy (maybe because I knew it's my last party) everyone thought I was drunk, Nat was a bit embarrassed to tell them that I wasn't ! We went to Treka to meet with everyone (after walking around lost for 20 minutes). An hour later the decided to go to the bar, the two who knew where it was were drunk and had no orientation so it was a further hour whilst ...
... gold cone that I assume will have lights on it when the sun goes down and it gets dark.
Our walk continued to another plaza where we saw the opera house and the Plaza de oriente. We watched all of the fools, I mean people, juggling and doing other pointless things for money. They were not even good at what they did. Bah. We ended our tour of the plazas at the biggest one called plaza Mayor. It was full of people eating expensive dishes. There ...