Hotel Sierra Real
Travel Blogs from Alpedrete
... shopping the streets of Barcelona and also indulging in Tapas, Paella and Sangria in Madrid.
If you ever get the opportunity to go to Spain, After you experience the hustle and bustle of Barcelona, the heat waves of 35- 40 degrees in Madrid and the adrenaline of running with the bulls in Pamplona, you need to check out the breathtaking San Sebastian located on the west coast of ...
... And ends up meters from the goal net.
At the very end I didn't even know the game had finished, there wasn't even a siren! But all the players took their shirts off, which was a good indication that it was over, and a ritual AFL should most definitely adopt!
In conclusion, you're probably going to have a bad time if you watch soccer and soccer players are petty excuses for men. But at the end of the day I still enjoyed it and I did get into ...
On Fridays, school finishes at 2:30 which is literally the world's best idea! I wish Marist did that. So Alejandra, Belèn, Carlota, Nat and I went to Burger King for lunch, The food was ****** (of course) but it was fun all the same and we ran into heaps of other people from school. Nat's handbrake is playing up, so the first place we parked - on a hill - meant we were immediately rolling into the front of the car behind, but we managed to find a flat spot.
By 4 am we were starting to drag a bit, but most of the streets were still packed with people parting
Often times there were no bathrooms to be found so at any moment you could see guys using any wall
In sight. (yes I also used the wall a time or two)
At 5 we decided that the guys running (Cal, Christian, and Matt) should get in line on the street
The girls and I ...
... the Spanish do wave but tend to shout “Adios” or “Ciao” more often than “Hola”,
Bizarrely, it actually felt rather rude; it had a sense of “We’re glad to see the back of you!” But that could just be my paranoid tendencies. If you think about it, what the Spanish say actually makes more sense. If you are on a moving vehicle, then unless it is ploughing straight towards someone, you are actually leaving rather than ...