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... approved, photographed and served. I guess I must be lucky, I've got a trotter and a curly piglets tail on my plate. The meat is tender, succulent and falls apart. It is delicious and washed down with a lovely bold local red wine. A trotter and a curly tail remain on my plate, the rest demolished. 2 piglets for 14 of us.
After lunch we waddle to the other end of the city to visit the royal palace. His is where QueenIsabella promised finance to ...
... one could spend hours in it. Finally we visited the famous train station of Atoca. Inside this train station there is an inside garden with many trees and a turtle paradise where there are hundreds of turtles that people can view in a pond inside the station. The station itself is half old and half new.
Overall, I loved exploring Madrid and found the activities, buildings, and culture there to be something I will never forget and an amazing experience to have. ...
I got up today and had to get all my stuff packed up. I’ve become so accustomed to living out my backpack, that since I’ve been unpacked for almost a week, it felt strange to have to pack everything up again. I got all that done and then went out to have a big lunch at El Chaparito (the Mexican place I enjoyed a few days ago). I’m not sure what the food is going to be like when I get to Cuba, so I figured I’d better fill up now in case ...
... flamenco show but missed it. There is one tomorrow though. It is partly a music school and they have a little bar with nightly performances of either jazz, blues, flamenco etc. Listening to guitar through the wall at the moment for free. Last nights concert was really good too haha. Location wise I have struck gold. Tapas bars all down the street, little grocery across the road. Turkish restaurant on the other side, and even an Irish ...
... through our program which we knew we had to do. We all got on the boat and they drove for about 10 minutes to this beach that we had to swim to get to. While the cliff we jumped off of was pretty intimidating the worst part was the freezing, and I mean freezing, water. Easily the coldest I've ever been in. On the ride back to Amalfi it started pouring rain which was quite the bummer considering we still had 3 hours before we were to ...
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