Pullman Madrid Airport & Feria
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Capítulo 8: No Abra. Muertos en el Interior
The title of this chapter is a somewhat poor translation of the famous words in Episode One of The Walking Dead "Don't Open, Dead Inside". The reason it is titled this is because during my day trip to El Escorial, we toured the Pantheon of the Kings where more than 40 different famous members of Spanish Royalty are buried.
El Escorial was built in the mid 1500's to ...
... win a battle. It was the same thing in every city. After a month and a half of the same basic stories, I was finished with monument tours.
I walked away from the group and decided to take a walk and get lost. The #1 thing I love to do in a new city is get lost without a map for a good few hours, and eventually finding my way back to my hostel. So I bought ice cream and walked down the brick streets, looking at all the pretty structures and people ...
Friday April 18 Madrid
Up early today...it feels weird! Not in a good way either. Diane and I barely slept with all the noise and singing going on at all hours. There was street noise but also boys singing just outside at about 4:00am...in addition to another procession at about midnight.
We missed the bus at Praza de Galicia by about 15 seconds, so walked to the train station to catch a bus from there. We only waited about one minute. ...
My first day of school!
We woke up at 8, ready to leave at 9 for school to start at 9:40. I don't think I have ever been more nervous or apprehensive in my life, I was so scared I wouldn't make friends or feel welcomed (I had been given so much information from the exchange people saying that finding friends at school was really hard) The complete opposite happened. I was introduced to the principle (who looks creepily like mrs Kee) and ...
... the lake and some serious people watching before we stroll around searching for a beautiful section Greg had discovered on his morning run. Next stop Palacios de Communicaciones or more commonly known as The Post Office. An amazing building that was once the centre of all communication in Spain. In the 1990s it was decided technology was progressing faster than they could modify the Palace to suit, so it was turned into municipal offices housing a variety of cultural spaces as well. ...