Hotel San Roman de Escalante
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... we all reconnected for lunch. While the boys were at Camp Nou, Becky went back to the Gracia neighborhood with the goal of buying dinner at some of the favorite spots of the Devour food tour. Mission accomplished! She found the Mercat de la'Aberceria and bought the olive skewers with cured tuna, manchego cheese and yummy ham. No English spoken here so her limited Spanish served her well. She even found the Syrian bakery and bought a ...
... We also went to see Inigo, the Gantt's former exchange student during the 4 days in Bilbao. There we went to the beach with Inigo's family and then ate lunch at a very good restaurant and visited San Sebastian. Then we went back to Eider and the next next day it was time to go. We drove to Madrid with Amani and the next day we dropped him of at the airport and away he went.
We are now going to face another adventure in two weeks time ...
... highlight of the evening was a concert by the Bilbao Chorale and the municipal orchestra in one of the churches, St Vincent. We arrived a tiny bit late, standing room only. The performance was wonderful, even though we did not understand a word. We did recognise one piece that we think Pavarotti sang, and another one, but names we do not know. We did recognise the last song. It was the best rendition of Happy Birthday we ...
... of the Running of the Bulls. Taking the public transportation was so easy and convenient. And the buses were clean and comfortable. We were back at our hotel in Bilbao by dinnertime.
6/6 From Bilbao we took the train to Madrid. Upon arriving in Madrid we took the metro to our hotel which was just a couple of blocks from the metro station. Our hotel was in Gran Via in the heart of the city so everything was accessible. Madrid is a vibrant and ...
... I think because it's my second time studying abroad I know what to expect so I am not overwhelmed or anything of the sort. I am so excited to see what the semester has to bring. Choosing the dorms was definitely a good thing, I've already met people from all over the world and have been able to start practicing my Spanish with native speakers. They are usually pretty patient with me, and if I get stuck most of them speak English anyways to help me figure it out.