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... planned to visit the Prado Museum today but early on this afternoon we both decided we didn't really want to go. We're not big art fans (plus arty people are crazy remember). Instead I had an extremely frustrating day trying to book transport and accommodation in Barcelona for the next day as well as looking into a visit to Switzerland. This is usually a bit of a ...
... Oh my god!" It was awesome. She also said it was worth the trip to Europe just to see them. They were all from between 1694 and 1709. After ample time in that room, we left the palace and took some fun pictures before walking to get Diane her sandwich. I was smart and brought food with me that I cooked last night, so I ate that while the girls had their lunch. The server screwed up - of course - and ...
... first morning in Madrid began with a bowl of fruit salad, coffee & pastry at a sidewalk cafe near the hotel before heading off in a westerly direction along the massive Parque del Buen Retiro toward the center - a lovely walk through busy streets, through huge plazas, past impressive monuments. The weather is sunny about 30 degrees but with a little breeze, it makes for great walking. We go check out the San Miguel market but frankly it is no comparison to the ones ...
... do the other locals in the stadium will come over and punch you. You didn't misread that, you get punched, the police permit it (usually up to three punches) there were many foreigners with black eyes as a result.
'Anyway, after the run we slowly meandered our way back to the bus station to catch the 11 am bus to head back to the campsite and finally get some ...
... in fact that I was given the responsibility of lighting the fire. We would have frozen our Nanna's off without one. Four fantastic days there included a visit to Gubbio where they were holding the Festival of the Chair. (When initially described to us, a lovely young Italian woman pronounced it 'chairy' so we all naturally assumed it was the Festival of the Cherries. Imagine how dumb we felt we we were shown three groups of men ...
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