My weekly life in Madrid has turned into a routine. Monday’s are great days to go out because my only class on Tuesday is at 5 PM. I’ve been in contact with an intern from BeMadrid (the company that I went to Granada with). She has been able to get…

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Madrid - 2/9 On Friday morning, I met up at the airport with my friends Alex, Cristina, Shaina, and Sydney to catch our 10:30 flight to Dublin! I am extremely glad that they were able to join me because for a while I wasn’t sure who would be accomp…

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Madrid: Friday - 2/2 My roommate Oma, and I left the apartment and headed towards the train station where we would depart on a 7 hour trip to Valencia. Fortunately, there were charging ports on the train and a table for reading books. Valencia: We …

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Monday - 1/29 This week started off with a fun night, as I went to a Bachata class with couple of friends that I met in Granada. I made friends with another American while standing in the queue and we all learned the dance together. Once the class …

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Travels
Granada 1/27 - Similarly to my London trip, I was once again afraid to oversleep and miss my bus ride to Granada, so I pulled an all nighter before meeting up with my friends at the Ventas metro stop. (Here, I discovered one of the major bull fight…

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School, Madrid
Madrid - 1/25 A much shorter post today, I promise. Today was my first day of classes! My first class started at 9AM and it takes about an hour to get to campus using the metro. Unfortunately my following class was at 5PM and taking the commute bac…

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Madrid, Travels
MADRID My final week leading up to my classes was mostly spent doing activities that the University of Maryland had scheduled for the students prior to arrival. These events allowed me to make new friends and connect with the history and culture Ma…

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Madrid
Acclimating to Culture It’s been a week since I landed in Madrid, and the culture is fairly hard to get used to. Here are just a few differences I’ve noticed, or learned about: (For those who have traveled a lot and know this already, bear with me)…

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