Posada del Dragon (Madrid)
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... fall will be, I'll take it in stride! After our field trip, Shannon (a friend of mine from UCLA) and I took the metro to go eat a picnic lunch in the Retiro park :) we had a lovely time conversing between English and Spanish! When we finished eating, we headed over to a nearby city bike rental teller but renting a bike in Madrid isn't that easy... Instead, we went into Retiro and rented a boat for 45 minutes to row around the pond! From there, ...
... Aswan egypt. Egylt called for a country in the EU to take it for them so they could afford for it to be cut removed and out back together somewhere. It was shipped to Valencia and from there trucked to madrid where it has been rebuilt- it was great to see given the knowledge we now have of Egyptian history! After a sit in the park was called for and to watch the locals play some soccer- they were only 4 and 5 but very ...
... out in a somewhat shorter skirt or shorts I would just feel so so scandalous and would try to appear as nice and sweet as possible. If you make it to Sol, Latina, or Malasana neighborhood its fine though as everybody is dressed that way.
*** The Spanish sandwiches known as Bocadillos are the worst. The first time my host mom packed me a sandwich I got the biggest shock of my life. The sandwich was just a loaf of baguette bread with a layer of jamon stuck in side. ...
I told Nat at 10am that I didn't get any sleep last night, she simply replied "I know", Confused I asked her how and she explained that "no one else in the house slept last night"; I couldn't help but laugh at her confidence in saying such a ridiculous thing! After getting up, I discovered that she was actually right, no one slept last night - Amparo Snr (Lala), Nando, Nat or Diana! They had some superstitious reason explaining it but I wasn't really bothered to listen.
... get accepted into the Royal Academy of Fine Arts. The restaurant is also mentioned in the book Fortunata y Jacinta by Benito Pérez Galdós (published 1886-1887). The Sobrino and its speciality of cochinillo asado (roast suckling pig) are mentioned in the closing pages of Ernest Hemingway's novel, The Sun Also Rises.
And the Atocha railway station has a nice restaurant for coffee shop, and indoor garden with large trees and tortoises.