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I have not blogged in a while, but decided while I have some free time before going out tonight, I will write about my past few weeks here.
Life in Spain has been very stressful recently, with my phone being stolen in Kapital in Madrid. The club itself was a good time, until of course, I realized that my phone was missing. Kapital is seven floors with different ...
... from the fall. She's currently wearing a ************ the foot. Fortunately, she doesn't let it hinder her from doing much. Although she is confined to the apartment, she moves around well in a rolling computer chair. She still cooks all meals, sweeps, and manages to do laundry. You might think her injury would put a burden on me too, but several good things have come out of the unfortunate event for me (hope that is not too bad of a thing to say). First off, because she ...
... after all, the reigning world champions in soccer, I figured I needed to pick back up the sport and play while I'm here! I'm heading up a soccer team for all the Americans at the Institute. Our team of American study-abroaders will be playing the local student teams at the University of Alcalá, that are likely much more skilled than us. Some players I had sign up have never touched a soccer ball before, so these games will be fun to say the least! The good news ...
... we went to La Tapeteria, just a few doors down from our hotel. We ordered the steak and a tomato salad, and split them. The steak was thick, tender and perfectly done, and came covered with large salt crystals-likely the best I've ever had in a restaurant. The tomato salad had at least two varieties of tomato, herbs and bits of iberico ham which I found a bit too ‘porky’ tasting. Washed down with coffee and tea, this was a lovely end to our first ...
... I already know the general idea. Also, Yerma is in theaters in Madrid right now, and I think I'm going to go see it. After Literature I took a little lunch break. I went to the Plaza de Espana and ate my packed lunch by the fountain of Cervantes, sat in the sun, and read some Lorca. Talk about a great day! I headed back to campus for my Cultures of Spain class. I might be most excited about this class, as it has a little taste of everything-- history, culture, ...