NH Collection Paseo Del Prado
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... my Spanish, trying to trick me into saying I had a cat in my pants and then offering to teach me Spanish swear words if I told him what I wanted to know in English. The whole situation was pretty bizarre. After he left Isabel reclined for a little while before we walked 2 blocks down to get a prescription. On our way we saw about 3 openly gay couples which was good to see. Isabel got her cough syrup, antibiotics and painkillers before we headed back to the hostel for ...
... to formulate in Spanish entire paragraphs in different tenses. I think it proved the amount my language has improved. We finished the exam in an hour although I think I could have used more time. We have a 30 min lunch break in between our exams and enjoyed our last bocadillos at the café. At the school cafeteria the workers know my order- a bocadillo and te caliente con un poco leche frio… im going to miss them. Our culture exam was a bit more difficult then ...
... actually eat, Margaret was certainly less than adventurous but did manage a meringue tapas for dessert. Think 10cm high meringue slice, smothered in icing sugar. Think Margaret with a happy smile on her face and covered, coat, boots and all, in icing sugar!
Paella is a staple on all menus, though the choices/combinations/contents seem to be pretty standard.
One afternoon after walking throughout the city, Margaret had this yearning for chocolate con churros. An ...
... ones a bit better. One though, Daria tried teaching me about Australia and was honestly the rudest person I've ever met.
We had an assembly which was obviously boring because I didn't understand anything but it gave me a good look at the school. In total, across 12 years there's about 300 kids, 25 in our year.
Nat and I had an exchange orientation in Madrid today which gave me my first real chance to look around. I ...
At this point I think if I'm going to finish this blog before Christmas I should combine entries from several days. When I got to Madrid I took the subway from the main train station to the one closest to my hotel. This is common in big cities that several main train stations. It was tricky finding my way but the couple behind the counter of the TI office rolled their eyes when I asked if they knew how far my hotel was and waved me in the direction across ...