Hotel T3 Tirol
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We were up early as had to be on the bus to Torledo at 8 am. Wasn't so keen on this optional trip but had been promised it would be well worth going on. The drive to Torledo was an hour and we kept looking out for a hill/ mountain as had heard it was a hillside town. When we arrived we were surprised that the town actually was on quite a high hill and from the bus stop we were looking up at it. The scene was spectacular, ...
... with tourists and has a quite large variety of tapas and drinks. Prices, though, are a little higher and the vibe is less authentic, geared more toward groups of roving Brits who want to get “******” than locals who know where the good food deals are. I have to admit, though, to a full tummy and a bit of buzz going before I headed back to the hostel for my free dinner.
My first full day in Madrid dawned gray and rainy as forecast. Spain has a ...
... so often see Roman statues without the heads!
After finishing up in Merida we made our way to our home for the next two nights, the famous town of Seville. Known for many things, Seville was once the furthest inland port city that could accept ocean going ships so it was often seen as the connecting point for inland Spain to the rest of the world. We stayed at an amazing old hotel which was built by the King of Spain in 1929 to host guests and friends of his ...
... 45208;누고 싶다.)
I cannot organize my thoughts on how I feel study abroad has changed me as a person. Let me just go through a few topics in random order.
Family. Studying abroad ironically made me think more about my family and my future. Since high school I have lived in a dormitory environment where it was natural for me, and also all the friends around me, to miss out on countless family events and just everyday meals with ...
... the thing to do is have hot chocolate and
churros, which is ultimately melted chocolate and a donut- best invention ever.
Post lunch a little break was needed, so
we returned to the apartment for a little break, I did some homework while
Tamar enjoyed a siesta. We met up with one of our new friends- Ovi- to complete
the didactic activity. The activity consisted of us walking to major streets in
Madrid and ...