NH Collection Paseo Del Prado
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... impressionist painters, and I was able to take pictures of many of them. After our ride back to the hotel, I rested a bit before our 6pm bus for our welcome dinner with all the wine and soft drinks we were able to consume. I had three glasses of red wine that was pretty good. The restaurant, Galopin was quite good. I had the seafood soup and the white fish cooked in butter and olive oil. For dessert, ...
... I took a couple bites and actually found it to be quite good. It wouldn't be my first choice for a dish, but I did have a second portion and would probably have it again!
Week three is finished even though it feels like I just got here. I've already seen a whole lot of Spain, but next week I travel outside of the country for the first time on this trip! Very excited to share my experiences after next week.
... Juan Carlos abdicated the throne, possibly due to the largely negative perception of him by the public. When he first took the throne he had large support from the people of Spain, due to transitioning Spain to a monarchy. However, the media has brought many unsavory facts about him to the public’s attention causing his popularity to decrease drastically. Now many in Spain are calling for a referendum to get rid of the monarchy. I have asked multiple people here how they ...
After Spanish class today, I worked on homework for a bit before having a charla with Claudia, Charles, and Julia (for my Spanish class) at a nearby café. We then headed to the Institute for Tapa Tuesday before going to my music class.
Let me say something about that class. I really, really enjoy it. I know much of the class might not be in the same boat with me, but it's basically a review of all ...
... can go fast. The lady at the front desk said that sometimes even if you get there exactly at 8 am you won't get a ticket. That was a little disconcerting so I got there early and didn't have any problems getting a ticket.
The Alhambra is also kind of massive - it takes a good 10-15 minutes to walk from the entrance to the Nazir palace entrance, especially if you don't know where you're going. The Nazir Palace is the most famous part of the ...