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... this grand town was once like. One scene that does quickly bring me back to the present is a scene of a group of protesters in front of city hall with a sign "if there's no solution, there'll be a revolution"... but they're mostly middle age ladies--so I kind of doubt they'll be the ones carrying out this threat. And then I come across the highlight of the town: Cervantes' house--which lucky for me is open free of charge. Inside ...
... many diseases... now we have super bugs),
- the people of Madrid are called sneaky cats since they are naturally inquisitive and apparently sneaky...
- there is a convent in Madrid that has nuns that never leave the convent but sell cookies on a table within the building (like an honesty box situation)- sadly they had run out of cookies the day we went!
- the palace which was unfortunately shut for ...
... trip was actually for a Spanish business class, but when there are more seats on the bus than students in the class, the school opens up any field-trip to the rest of the students. I thought going to Spain's largest beer factory would be fun, and I was right! As it turns out, this beer factory is The second largest in all of Europe and most state of the art! During our 2 hour long tour I was amazed to find out how much of the brewing process was automated. We were ...
... I needed more time to visit Valencia. I didn’t ever really leave the main city center. Maybe there was nothing to see in the other areas, but just more housing and local shops, and nothing exciting, but I wanted to know. Barcelona has an even better transit system, especially the metro, so I would’ve been able to get farther faster.
By leaving the main tourist drag of Barcelona aka La Rambla, the tourist part, I enjoyed the city a lot more. ...
... It was more just so the teachers could be familiar with everyone's individual level. Next, we were given a tour of the Downtown campus of the University of Alcala and the historic part of the city. This was when I was finally able to take all the pictures you see posted. The second half of the day was spent lecture style. We got information in both Spanish and English about how to get our books/ take advantage of the different services the institute offers. ...