We could waste our breath telling you about Madrid’s cultural wonders. Like the Prado Museum with it’s electrifying collection of Goya, El Greco and Velazquez. Or Reina Sofia Museum with Dali, Miro, and Picasso on every wall. We could bore you with words about the theatre, the ballet and the concerts in Madrid. Or tours of the architectural sights of Old Madrid or the Royal Palace. We could suggest, if you have never seen one, to go to a bullfight.
But you don’t care about all this culture, do you? No, you’re young. You want to hear about tapas and taverns and the all night party life of Madrid. If Madrid never sleeps, why should you? Although it would be a good idea if you would take a stroll in the beautiful squares and parks with magnificent monuments-at least once -to prove to your parents that you took advantage of this magnificent city.
Or if you aren’t the cultural type or the party type, maybe you’re into mountain sports like skiing. Well, the mountains are only 40 minutes from Madrid. Or perhaps you are the beach-bum type. Beautiful beaches are just an hour flight away from the school. The school is in one of the oldest central neighborhoods of Madrid. It is located in a building that was constructed in 1974 by a famous architect, Fernando Higueras. It is so emblematic that it is very common to read about it in all the books of architecture of Madrid. We are very close to the famous Malasaña Street, full of “tapa’s bars,” fashion stores and “terrazas” that get crowded in summer with very interesting people including some of the art directors and copywriters from nearby agencies. Just in front of our establishment is a small park which is a place that inspires and relaxes us since we spend the whole day in the school.
We have a school dog (who looks like Jim Carrey’s dog in “The Mask”). Occasionally a student will borrow Gus to walk in the park as a way of meeting someone particularly interesting.
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