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Saturday the following day is the big one Michelin 2 stars 14:30 Sergi Arola Gastro.
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There's also an Italian eatery booked for Sunday lunch, I'll tell you later. Now I'm off to bed.
... amazing considering it was 1833 and still today, almost two hundred years later many countries haven't had a female prime minister. When she was 16 she was forced to marry her gay cousin on the same day as her sister married her (Isabella's) lover - I only know this from googling the place before we left.
The school paid for me to have an English thing to explain the museum as the person for the rest of the class was speaking ...
... jour. Je commence à avoir envie de bouger un peu plus. M'aventurer dans les multiples musées de la capital, découvrir ces grandes Plaza et découvrir milles et unes saveurs. La vie culturelle madrilene est trés riche. Et je compte bien en profiter,croyez-moi! Mon challenge : Allez voir le spectacle El Rey Leon [https://www.elreyleon.es/]. Je suis encore entrain de me demander si j'y vais seul ou accompagner.
Prochainement : Trouver ...
... Global Classrooms in 2 days.
5. Probably having more questions after those 2 days than before…but we were always told " Don't worry, you will figure it out!
6. Learning that because I had a layover my visa is not automatically valid…having a momentary panic attack with about half the room, and then being told I could just bring my boarding pass.
7. Learning the many complicated details about applying for the NIE, which is ...
... but also because since of the lack of work available in Portugal, the people are sometimes forced to travel elsewhere. Usually in the Eurozone or even other Portuguese speaking colonies like Brazil or Angola to find work. This is why the Portuguese can speak many languages. And I have noticed that many of the people there know English, much more than the people of Madrid and also with a much better understanding of the language.