Gran Hotel Almenar
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... mango but they had a lot of winter clothes and colours which was lame. Learnt due to pickpockets everyone has to show id in those stores when using credit cards. Went back to the hotel and I started reading a new book (the Rosie project) and looking at accom for barcalona. We decided to go to the mercado San Miguel for dinner as it had good reviews and was in walking ...
... to be a piece of bread with a slice of tomato and a slice of ham on top. Pretty good. But we were super hungry (trying to eat like the Spanish) so went somewhere to get more food. The next place was like a big cafeteria where we chose a few tapas to get. We had some croquettes and French fries. It wasn't exactly what I thought it was going to be but it was good. Her friends didn't speak much English and we don't ...
... classmates since the weekend. We have moved from talking about Madrid life
and government, to food and ordering in a restaurant- which as you can imagine
is very useful. After class today a few of us got together and tried to book
some things for our upcoming Barcelona trip. The meeting ended up getting
extremely stressful because trying to book things for a large group of people
is hard and we weren’t able to meet everyones needs. We ended up booking a
Today we started with a bus tour of Madrid, except we could not get on the bus. The driver while waiting locked the doors to the bus and when we went to get on, he could not unlock the doors. There is a police station under the street and they had all the keyless entries blocked! So we went to Plan B and took the metro to Estadio Santiago Bernabeu. Estadio Santiago Bernabeu is Spain's ...
... house. But there was a massive protest going on outside, and somehow I thought that crossing a picket line in a foreign country might be a bad idea. So I skipped the museum and headed to class. After class I came home and relaxed with my roommates; not a bad night. Maria says that tomorrow (my birthday), we will be going to a local bar where her brother works to celebrate with some tapas and Sangria. I'm excited!