Rafaelhoteles Forum Alcala
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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 ...
... We got off at Placa Mayor and went into a great little food market. We watched the great variety of buskers, statue people, pole sitters and the drill man ( he gets a member of the audience to insert a drill about10cm into his nose and drill - so Gary tells me because I couldn't watch!) Finally a coffee and a visit to Gary's favourite, the supermarket, before getting back to our hotel at about 10 pm. Another lovely day. Madrid is lively and very busy at ...
... 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 ...
This weekend was a long weekend, we didn’t have school on Friday thanks to the feast of the patron saint of the Universidad Complutense. Instead of traveling on my long weekend, I decided to spend some quality time with Madrid. Friday morning I was up and at ‘em kind of early (like 11am, that’s early for both me and the city of Madrid). I hopped on the metro and headed down the blue line to the stop Principe Pio. I don’t spend much time on this side of ...