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Leaving Santander was a lot more sad than I thought it would be. As we packed up and got on the bus, our friends from England and the Netherlands jumped on the bus and said good bye to all of us. Some of us even started crying! The bus was driving away as some of our friends pretended to jump in front of the bus to stop us from leaving. We made …
... made me even more upset. After class, I tried to start getting some things together to start packing. Around 8:30 pm I took a taxi to Cristina's house and she introduced me to her friends. So many people! We started drinking and I got to try some Spanish vodka, was really good. There were a lot of girls in her house and it is so difficult to understand when everybody is talking and screaming at the same time, not to mention it is way too fast. I had a good time at ...
... The place we went was a huge building with a bunch of other restaurants and shops in it, because it is also a train station. The movie didn't start until 8:30 and we got there early. Alvaro bought us a pastry and a coffee while we were waiting, he is so cute. I had hot chocolate though, it seriously looks like a melted chocolate bar in a cup, it is so rich. Around 8 we went up to the movie of course right to the concession because I am ...
... and I was interested to study the various sea-routes they explored and the places they established settlements.
A preschool is situated in the theme park and the children were having playtime while we were there. A beautiful porcelain tile mural adorns the entrance to the preschool.
From Coimbra we drove through Viseu, center of the Dao Wine Industry. The Dao refers to an upland plateau shielded by mountain ranges and consisting of ...
This morning we left Madrid and travelled to the UNESCO World Heritage city of Segovia. The most striking monument here is a completely intact Roman aqueduct, apparently the best preserved in the world. There is not a drop of mortar or concrete used. It relies solely on the stone arches for its support and stands as good as the day it was built. Trojan I think was responsible! How good were the Roman builders! A walk up the street took us to a convent of enclosed Dominicans who provided ...