Travel Blogs from Alcala De Henares
and going to famous bars in Granada. I had my first Kebob King and
bought a tapestry... "the only one of it's kind in all of Spain!" The
next night was spent on the rooftop terrace with more wine, smoking,
enjoying the view of the entire city. I don't remember the last time I
felt so at peace with myself.
Overall, Granada was an awesome experience and by far my favorite weekend since I have been in ...
... futbol team I liked." When I said a team from England they all boo'd me and started shouting names of Spanish teams! It demonstrated to me how big of a deal futbol is to even small kids here! Next week the teacher said I could plan an activity or game of some kind to keep the kids interested, so I'm excited to see what stories come next! Finally, yesterday I saw my first professional soccer game!! Me and 15 other friends went to Madrid to see the Champion's League match of ...
... before class. So far, it's been little cookies or muffins and a glass of orange juice. Monday through Thursday I have class from 10:30am until 2pm with many other students from Butler which is nice. We've made it a priority to get together and walk to/from places as a group as we've still yet to get the whole cell phone situation organized. Once I'm home from class in the afternoon, Goyi, Emilio and sometimes their ...
I've never been to Spain before and it’s a country where I’ve always wanted to visit. I started off with the capital, Madrid and spent a few days exploring the city with no real plan. It was about 35 degrees every day, but still quite bearable as it is not the humid heat like in Asia and you do get relief when in the shade. I tried some paella, because I’m Asian and need some rice every now and then, as well as some sort of cured meat in ...
... a railway information woman if she can help. She is busy checking texts on her mobile phone, bored and disinterested in customers she looks up. I show her the street name. No she says only information about trains. Upstairs is tourist information. I leave Bruce with the suitcases and walk what seems like two blocks in the underground station looking for tourist information. I return to Bruce and suggest that we catch a taxi to go what will probably amount to a block of ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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