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This week was very bitter sweet for me. It marked me nearing the end of my study abroad in Spain. However, my friends and I did lots of fun things together and we even went to Montanejos (see my next blog).
Tuesday: Since we didn't have school on Monday because it was a festival, I had music class early in the morning. Today we did our presentations on jazz. That went fine, and afterwards, I headed ...
... where we watched a movie about Mozart. Afterwards, Abby and I went to hang out on the beach with our friends for awhile since it was 70 and sunny out.
Wednesday: Wednesdays seem to be my catch up days, where I do all my work. This was a relaxing day, filled with reading, writing, and homework. At night, I met up with a couple friends, where we studied for our quiz (that was the next day) at a bar. We ...
... 2 plates of sardines/ anchovies - what did I order? Then we received 1 chorizo sausage chopped in chunks and a plate of patata bravas. I'm sure I had a conversation with the guy about getting tomato salsa to go with the bread. We got the bread but no salsa. Dessert was pick a magnum or cornetto off the poster. It was a funny experience and really our first time where the meal was a bit of a dud. And still no one on the other tables ordered ...
... great city and the changes that arose because of it. I learned that Madrid has served a variety of purposes through history such as serving as the National Command Post under King Phillip II in the mid-sixteenth century all the way to being the world’s bullfighting capital. Having walked past five Zara’s and ten Mango’s yesterday I would never have thought that they had bullfights in this city. ...
... These people are accomplishing some pretty amazing feats for a small hospital in the midst of some miserable economic conditions (30% unemployment in their region).
If for some reason you're ever searching for the closest example of a textbook ACO, this is it. (I was on cloud-nine nerding out asking millions of questions when I learned they were an ACO). An ACO is an Accountable Care Organization. In a nutshell, ACOs ...
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