Hostal La Fontana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... appeared to have been in some kind of accident because his face looked burned/deformed but he was not aggressive at all and just kept of moving. The drunk teenagers were waayyyy worse and I was expecting to see Hannibal and his friends at any moment, wondering what I would do if I did...ignore, scold or drag him home with me? Thank goodness I didn't have to make that decision! I actually startled him when I got home and think he might have ...
... Tourists climbed on the statues for photos, but it wasn't crowded at all. We set off down the street with Idoya pointing out the Spanish congressional buildings, the Royal Palace, the "new" national cathedral, and the arts district. That night, there was an outdoor performance of Swan Lake, but the stage was in the heart of the gardens, hidden by trees from those without tickets. We saw the crowds going into the entrance for the performance, ...
Today I had to wake up early, to go to the doctor and bring in my stool sample. I took the train since my host mom was busy , which was fine. I took it there, and it was closer than I thought. After dropping it off and talking with the translator, I went to school early. I did some work, and worked on what I was going to say in my presentation for my main paper I had to write. After having my paper done, ...
... we get tickets to concerts for free.
After completing some work, we went on a tour of Madrid Histórica, where we saw the castillos (castles) and other old architecture of the city. It was interesting, but I think we were all tired. We were not ready to spend two hours walking and then another hour on the Metro—it took Sarah and I an hour to get home, but Isabel had dinner waiting for us, ...
... hard to resist a coffee that's bigger than a half a cup, and able to be ordered "to go"). We also shopped along the streets on the way to our tapas lunch destination: Mercado de San Miguel - kind of like a Quincy Markets in Boston.
Disclaimer: These American comparisons are meant to help you understand the size of these establishments, the culture and atmosphere inside is of course different in more ways than not.
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