Tryp Madrid Alcala 611
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We finished up the day by doing some of my favorite things I have done this semester in Madrid, See the Palacio Real, go inside the Almudena, tour the San Francisco el Grande Basilica and see the sunset at Templo de Debod (because I've already mentioned these, check out the other blogs from Madrid for more details!). Dinner was a traditional Paella at a restaurant recommended by my parents hotel. Shannen became my family's adopted daughter for ...
... my attention was directed to the conversation and I barely got to look at the varying landscapes going past the bus window as we drove east from Madrid into the countryside. By the time we got to Hotel Izan Puerta de Gredos in Barco de Avila, I was ready for a nap. Instead, we were directed to collect our luggage and sit down for a brief meeting. We got the overview of the program and the schedule for the ...
... I'm sure your all starting to see a pattern here with the walking tours). We also walked the round a bout way up to St Nicholas Church which has a stunning view of the Alhambra and the city. We also went into the Royal Chapel, which is where King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella are buried (they ordered the Spanish Inquisition). I was finally allowed to have some churros (Spanish "donuts" dipped in melted chocolate) mainly because I let Sim have a kebab! Our second day was ...
... room, advertised online) I spent a few hours wandering around and getting lost Seville’s winding cobbled alleys, before walking into a bar and approaching the owner of a loud Australian accent. I had a good yarn with Kenzie (?) from Brisbane and her friends, then apparently made her week by giving her the tube of Vegemite I’d had in my pack and barely used for the previous few months - having run out a few weeks before, she was ...
... stood there waiting for the door open. Somebody behind told me to push the button and I barely made it off the train. I almost got stuck in the door but it opened again.
The IES center is also located in a beautiful part of the city called Mancloa which is a university district. There is the Arco de La Victoria y Faro de Moncloa. On the way to the IES center there is a greatly beautiful yet eery looking ...