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... that will help the professors determine the level we should take. I personally wasn't nervous going into the exam, because I know that freaking out over it would've probably detracted from my potential. After we left campus, I took the metro with my friend Rachel and we went grocery shopping for toiletries and school supplies. While our bags were hefty, I thought it was pretty neat to see how supermarkets and stationary ...
... the importance of all other things above
them. Regardless of the meaning of the painting, while I was looking at the art
I thought about ‘layers’. I think by exploring the layers that create who I am I
am better understanding who I am, and am slowing learning about the person I want
to be. The museum was awesome, and reminded me a lot of the louvre in paris. It
was fun walking around listening to Cecilia talk in these hand held head phone
devices and I ...
... she was also Moroccan... It was a further hour before it dawned on me that maybe they were siblings.
We drove round lost for quite some time but eventually found them. The temple was donated to Madrid but I don't know why by - Google says Egypt but absolutely everyone I have spoken to is sure it was Morocco and laugh when I question it, having a Moroccan with me today, I wasn't going to question it. She goes there quite a lot for the Moroccan tie, there are a lot ...
... fantastic time in Barcelona! Can't wait to visit again.
After getting settled in Madrid I met up with Michigan Matt to go grab some tapas. He had been given recommendations to go to this swanky market full of tapas vendors so we checked it out. It was great! We sampled all sorts of fun little nuggets of yumminess. We also had some fantastic sangria. We made plans to meet up the next morning and called it a ...
... had breakfast and I uploaded some pictures from my camera to Facebook (the are not the best pictures but check them out if you have time).
Elena left us directions on how to get from her house to the train station. We decided to make the most of our time in Europe and get a Eurail pass. We needed to activate it and buy our first tickets. We hope that the pass will end up saving us money in the end even though it will probably be the most expensive thing we buy. We ...