Travel Blogs from Madrid
... my final destination in concordance with my study abroad program. I am excited to go to the beach city and see what all awaits me there, but I will miss my Spanish New York, maybe not the weather, but my little slice of modernized Europe. Madrid would be placed as a must-see in my tourist guidebook, if I were to ever write one, but who knows, maybe Valencia will have much more to offer me. Only time will tell at this point, and I have plenty of it left. So I bid ado to you ...
I just love sleep so much these days so I haven't really updated my blog.
I should stop sleeping and once again start being on top of things. There really isn’t any point in studying for fluids or thermo since I am going on a week long trip to Italy for Semana Santa! So I guess I should focus on things that I need to get done right down document wise. Including this blog.
Saturday was my host brother Ramón’s wedding. I had ...
Travel to Sarria The time to walk is getting closer. It is very exciting. After a better sleep, I sampled breakfast. There were granolas, bacon, eggs, tomatoes with cheese, salamis, several other cold meats, four types of cheese, potato pancakes, peaches, pineapple, melons, oranges and grapefruit. I sat there for a long time and sampled everything including the banana yoghurt and espresso coffee. Afterwards, I decided I should find the station. EZ! I followed ...
... to go on the pub crawl. I would not advise doing the pub crawl through this company, because it was more expensive than it was worth. We still met a lot of people and had a great time, but I do not think that we will do the organized pub crawl through this company in Madrid again. We then went home and got some sleep to prepare for tomorrow. We are planning to go on the free tour at 11AM, then grab our bags and head to the train ...
... for paella.
We've been to a number of museums/galleries and famous Madrid landmarks. I won't bore you with the fine detail... you can google or Wikipedia it if you wish. However I must mention a few things. The Placio Real or Royal Palace is one of the biggest in Europe and considered to be one of the most beautiful buildings in Madrid. It has a grand stairway that leads you to massive rooms, lavishly decorated with frescoes, ...
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