Catalonia Gran Via
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... the Sol and Gran Via area one last time. In the early evening I took them to the part of Madrid where I live to show them my apartment, the bakeries and shops I go to, and my college. Around 7:30 we went up to my apartment to have drinks and snacks with Dolores. It went very well and Dolores was very happy to meet them! Once we finished up there we went back to our favourite rooftop bar one last time to have some tapas before I said goodbye.
... a room to eat lunch and then a different room to eat dinner. He also had a room to get dressed which was decorated in an oriental style. The smoking room was also oriental as well. Apparently it was "chic" at that time. There was a table with flowers painted on it but on closer examination the guide told us it was all tiny mosaics. The decorations on the wall and ceilings are ...
... that girl can sleep anywhere.
After we returned to the city, Jess, Larry and I went out for a kebab... I should have known that him and Jess were getting too friendly at this point... oh hindsight is a beautiful thing.
We met the others back at the hostel and horror of horror... one of the girls was talking to her parents in the room! Using up our internet cap I might add.
... twice and New York (NEW JERSEY) a gazillion times to visit family, we finalised our plans. We then went to a little bar and sat outside for lunch. I introduced Brianna to the phenomenon that are patatas bravas, she LOVED them.
Today I also visited a language school called Parainfo and did a small test which involved grammar exercises, a small 'essay' and a conversation with a lovely man named Oscar. I did really good (I was actually quite ...
So here I am. The weeks, the days and the hours have flown by. I am now at the airport in Madrid waiting for my connecting flight to Lima, Peru.
For the past six months, I have been a part of something, a part of something big and it saddens me to have to leave that behind, now, and move on to the next chapter in my life. However, I know that this new chapter will be filled with equally amazing and ...