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... afternoons here. 90's every day so far with very little wind. I am absolutely not complaining though, after a brutal winter earlier this year I don't want to complain at all about the heat, because I dislike the Oswego blizzards a whole lot more.
As the temperature began to warm up, I decided to head to El Parque de Retiro for a morning run. My host uncle joked with me again as I left the apartment in workout clothes, saying ...
Today I decided to leave for some of the more touristy things, such as going to a museum and seeing the train station (I know that doesn't sound touristy but I will explain).
Once I got off the metro to go to the Prado Museum, I heard someone playing drums. As I had the time to, I decided to go check it out to see what was going on. I found out that they were doing a changing of the guard- something that never really happens in Madrid. I just ...
After getting home at 5am this morning I was so happy to receive a call from mum at 10! And then I couldn't work the stupid app out at all but it was a all good in the end - apart from when mum called Nat 'Natalie' !!! But a very nice way to spend the morning. Now to get dad to work it out and call me
Finally, today I got my legal marks at 9pm! Two A's for both semesters and a B in the exam. Quite ...
... parks I've ever seen. It's just beautiful. There are statues, a lake with boating, all of kinds of plants and flowers, plenty of places to sit and relax. The next item on my itinerary was to go up to Plaza Mayor, when you reach inside the open area, you feel amazed, and the buildings are well ...
... away on reserve" or "inaccessible". People, especially illiterates, are being scammed into investing into things, and then are actually robbed blind. There are people who have worked all their lives, never vacationed, never taken days off, and have saved enough to retire on, and now all of it is gone. The crisis has taken a toll on everyone. There are people picking through the trash for food and sharing homes with 8 others. These are things that Juani and Antonio said ...