A Journey to Spain

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A Journey To The Kingdom of Spain
In the summer of 2010 when final exams were over and the holiday had just started, my friends and I planned a ten-day-trip to Spain, which we were all excited about. A dream was finally fulfilled after having such a wonderful trip; however, we also encountered some terrible and scary phases. This adventure was the most memorable, for me, and one which we all learned from. I think everyone could learn from our bad experiences to prevent experiencing what we faced during this trip. First of all, I was the one who decided that we should go to Spain in the first place. I had taken a history class about The Kingdom of Spain, and how most of the historical landmarks stand till the present time. After a couple of history classes, I became addicted to learning more about Spain. Eventually, I convinced my friends to agree on taking this trip and assured them that they would definitely love it there as much as I would. It took a lot of time for us to plan our visit there; for example, we had to figure out how long we were going to stay and what exactly we were going to do. After two weeks of planning the whole trip we were all ready to take the next step and were very excited for this adventure. On the 4th of June we arrived in Madrid, it was already after midnight so we could not really do anything at that time. We called a taxi to take us to the apartment that we rented online, and as soon as we got there we checked-in and fell asleep right away. This trip was only for 10 days so we had to make the best of it and not waste any time. The next day, the first thing I did was ask my friends to go buy some groceries such as, bottles of water, cheese and bread, and some snacks to eat if we ever stayed at the apartment. Later on, we called a taxi that took us to Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, which is one of the biggest and most beautiful soccer fields in the world. We spent an hour and a half there. Then, we went to a club where they provided dinner...
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