Novotel Madrid Sanchinarro
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... continue on up the road, through El Parque del Retiro with its beautiful columned monuments around the pool… up to the grand Puerta de Alcalą on which all the main roads of Spain originally converged… then over to Gran Via, boiling with activity and excitement and down the narrow streets through the Barrio del Letras. I feel like I’ve been in an architectural desert for a long time and suddenly find myself in a lush forest of man made ...
... illiterate so they needed to use pictures to tell the story in order for people to understand since they could not read the Bible itself. Next to the altarpiece was another incredible sight, the two giant pipe organs. These organs were made almost entirely out of Cuban mahogany and the detail in the carvings was incredible, even while standing 20 feet below them. It was difficult to imagine the time that it must have taken to carve two of these huge ...
... more often than others because I was right there.
Then they asked us who was a good singer in the group. Sarah pointed at me and they wanted me to sing an "American" song, but I had no idea what to do so we sort of as a group started singing "Sweet Caroline." However I likely looked like a fool leading everyone because I don't exactly know all the words. Well, I didn't then. Now I certainly do. For the next time I have to sing Neil Diamond ...
... have yellow eyes!
We had to go to the dealer with Nat’s dad for her car, absolutely nothing was making her happy - and then Diana came after a heated phone call - none of the workers had any idea what to do as all hell broke lose. I was lost for words, they should be happy not getting jealous over everything, including the price difference in the cars.
Lala for the first time said an English word, "bye bye" which definitely caught me by surprise - ...
... in a 2 person room. She said they normally do not allow males and females residing together. I told her I really don't mind as I had no where else to go. She finally gave in and allowed me to stay in the male dorm. My bunk mate was a lovey Italian guy named Leonardo, and thank god he did not snore.
After recovering the stair well climb to my room, I sent Melany an email ...