Mercure Madrid Plaza de Espana
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... Spanish that I should wait for the rest of them to finish with security because I was now "a part of the family".
It was pretty cool to realize that after just five or so minutes I was already considered family to them. I walked with them to our gate and they wanted to make sure I had everything just like my parents were previously! After only a few hours we were on our way and up in the air.
The flight was pretty much perfect. The food ...
... it was just as beautiful, but 4-5 times the size of Central Park! When we finally arrived at the entrance, we were told that we could only ride the cable car round trip. There just wasn't enough time for us to hop off at the other end, so we stayed on for the entire ride. There was a recorded guide that told us what we were looking at while on the 25 minute ride...so touristy, but very cool! On the return, the operator forgot to switch our recorded guide ...
... went inside and Sim managed to get a student price (despite the fact his student card expired over a year ago). It has the biggest alter in Europe and is the 3rd biggest cathedral after the Vatican in Rome and St Paul's in London. We climbed the mosque tower that was converted to a bell tower. The building we loved the most in Seville was the Plaza de La Espana, which was built for a expo in Spain. It was a gorgeous semi circle, two story building complete with moat and ...
... much every street in the main city centre. Barcelona was all about seeing Gaudi's works of design so this time we decided to stay away from the museums and instead walk around the city and soak in the atmosphere. Here are the highlights.
1. Walking tour of Madrid - we walked a lot in Madrid. We stated off at puerta del sol which is a bustly square in the heart of Madrid. Lots of shops, buskers and people. ...
Today was my second day in Madrid. I had my first grammar class at the IES center. The facilities are not of highest quality but the center has its own little quaint charm about it. The grammar class was a good ice breaker among the engineering students.
We explored a little of the Moncloa area to grab lunch but just ended going to a nice Taco restaurant.
A little about the food. On the first day my homestay momma made me Paella which was absolutely delicious. ...