Parador De Alcala De Henares
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... 1463. Trapped by a Fence (Spa 101) Torrejon, January 9, 2013, Day 183 5 hrs, 10.0 kms Day Totals: 16 hrs, 33.9 kms I head off at a brisk pace. Dusk is quickly approaching and I don't know what obstacles I might encounter on my hike to Madrid. Just like on the southside, it looks like the only link to the Madrid is a freeway--I really need to find another route. At first things look good: I find a country road that ...
... a room to eat lunch and then a different room to eat dinner. He also had a room to get dressed which was decorated in an oriental style. The smoking room was also oriental as well. Apparently it was "chic" at that time. There was a table with flowers painted on it but on closer examination the guide told us it was all tiny mosaics. The decorations on the wall and ceilings are ...
... in the Spanish league and having a fantastic year! My soccer class teacher is an avid fan of this team, so we hear a lot about their success! The tour of the stadium included a visit to the teams museum, where the history of the club, its stadiums, and its accomplishments are displayed. Although the stadium wasn't quite as giant as the Santiago Bernabeau Stadium (The Real Madrid stadium I went to a game in a few weeks ago), it had an amazing feel to it. The ...
... break during the orientation session Tuesday, and my Butler professor took all the Butler students on a walk to what she said was going to be a "treat." We followed, of course, but had no idea where we were going until we came up on a convent. In this convent, (as was later explained) The nuns do not leave and cannot have direct contact with people from outside. However, they do make and sell candies. In one of the most interesting exchanges I have ever seen, ...
... night. After the nap, I went on a walk with my madre around the city. She took me on the 20 minute route to my school, which I am responsible for getting to tomorrow, and told me to navigate home! The roads here are very windy and random. It is nothing like a grid system, so it was a little more challenging than it may sound. Luckily I had no problem finding the way back home! After getting back, we had dinner (around 9pm is normal ...