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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... br> Our Welcome dinner was tonight at Galpolin off of the Gran Via. We had the restaurant reserved for a private dinner and arrived at 7:30, which is very early for Spaniards who normally eat after 9:00 PM. The meal was great! The Spaniards love salads and use unusual ingredients, so our salad was excellent. My meal was hake with an excellent sauce. Steve had the beef stew, which was really more like a pot roast. Very good, but the fish was better. It was a nice ...
... chance to try pouring our own glass of cider and it definitely requires some level of practice and skill. The cider has a different taste to what we are used to drinking to with a strange after taste, but I think I liked it.
The next day, Sam and I took a day trip to Toledo. Here we spent the day exploring the historic quarters and Old Jewish quarters. We started off by taking the tourist tram which took us around the city and gave ...
... presence there. It was really neat to see these little guys in action, they were pretty laid back while we were there but still everyone in our group gave them a pretty wide berth while taking pictures. We did see one girl getting a little too close while trying to take a monkey selfie, unfortunately we didn’t stick around to see how it turned out but I imagine that’s where the phrase “monkey on your back” comes from. On the way back to ...
... and lots of ham. I got to meet great people, and I improved my Spanish! The best part is that I feel independent for the first time. It was exciting! I am so very grateful for this opportunity, and I have so many people to thank for the experience. I hope that I was able to give at least a small glimpse into my journey through Spain, and I will be in the States before you know it!
... to walk back into a room where the bed is done. Just feels nice.
I’ve also learned that time passes, things happen, and you will be expected to react to it whether you are ready or not. This semester was a crazy collection of travels and at times I was expected to pack and leave everything behind and set foot into a totally new city when I didn’t feel in the least bit ready. Before the reality had truly sunk in that I was going to leave, I found ...