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... was annoyed at how much I kept saying that it was weird being in America again. Everyone spoke English here, there were starbucks everything, and none of the outlets needed a converter. I decided to get a drink from Starbucks and then go get something to eat. I bought a bagel and went back to my gate where I boarded the plane to Seattle. I slept for about an hour but the man next to me was extremely large and I spent the entire flight leaning to the left so that I wouldn't touch ...
So after waking up in this beautiful house, I learned how to go to school from here. It was weird, because I saw an exit for the metro, so i went to it, but it was all locked and closed. I thought that was weird, but I decided ok. I walked down and the other side was closed! So I realized that clearly they didn't work, and so I would have to go to another metro stop a block or so down. I ended up taking that one, and found my way to school. I have to switch, and walk about ...
... train station, only to find that the train we hoped to take had already sold out. Fortunately, there was another one about an hour and a half later, giving us time to explore Madrid a bit more and shop for picnic food. We got to Toledo by 1 p.m., and started with climbing to the Alcazar. The entire old city looms above the river, and just walking up to the city walls was a workout. The Alcazar, a 10th-century Muslim fortress built on the remains of ...
Bosco - The Garden of Earthly Desires
This three part painting expresses heaven, earthly sins, and then hell. There was a snake wrapped around a tree in heaven, all the buildings and glass in earth had cracks in them, and there are musical instruments in hell which plays terrible sounds. There is also a frog like thing that eats up humans. The background of hell looks ...
... it a easy on our last day in Madrid. For lunch we went to the oldest restaurant in the world, we had been in it during our walking tour but decided to go back and try the suckling pig a Spanish tradition. Our Uncle who is Spanish had spoken of the sucking pig so what better place to try it than the oldest restaurant! We were both a bit apprehensive as to how it would taste and it we actually liked it but it was so so oh so yummy! We possibly over ordered a bit as we shared half ...