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... the way. I remember I time, back in 1996 when I arrived at this same airport, and caught the subway to the bus station. It was 11 in the morning and my bus didn’t leave until 10 at night. It makes me wince when I remember that I just sat there at the bus station for 11 hours next to my suitcase! The thought of putting my luggage in storage and going out to discover and explore didn’t even occur to me! Maybe it was fear. Maybe I just wasn’t ...
Madrid probably makes my Top 10 List for favorite cities. This is my third time in Madrid and each time it feels very enjoyable with always much to see and do. And above all that it's just a fun place with good food, tapas and cheap drinks, and a night-oriented culture. My first time was in 2001 for a week long trip around Thanksgiving with my brother. The second time was in June 2008 to begin a trip in Spain that was focused on trekking in the Pyrenees. Now ...
... the palace were the two very distinct cone shaped chimneys which were used to help dissipate the smoke from the kitchen when preparing large feasts for the royal family and guests.
Inside the palace we quickly learned about the interesting history of the Iberian Peninsula with its variety of religions and rulers throughout the centuries. It was very interesting to see each of these styles represented in the rooms that we passed through, especially in ...
and continued into more grammar. I feel like our class is getting so close. It
was a guys birthday in our class today- eric and our teacher taught us all how
to sing happy birthday to him, it was very cool. After class me, tamar, and Amanda
went to our place for coffee and to finalize plans for our weekend. We decided
to book an apartment for a city in the south of spain called Seville, through a
website called airbnb where people list their ...
... was in
the same boat, coming here on their own and meeting each other as the trip
progressed. The orientation was brief two people spoke in very fast Spanish and
I only could comprehend about 60 percent of what was going on. What I did
understand though is that our main priority is to study… and not to drink alcohol
;) We then did a quick written questionnaire. I was pretty nervous about writing
right off the start but ...