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... photos. I may have taken a few sneaky ones but there were a lot of guards around who had no problem telling you off for taking pictures. I got pretty tired walking around and hungry so stopped off at the cafe and had a delicious paella. Then I hit the gift shop and purchased A guide book and some post cards. The gallery took me about 2 and a half hours to walk through and it was a little overwhelming. I imagine this is what the louvre is going to be ...
We woke up quite refreshed at 9:00 AM. We went down to the lobby and ate breakfast again. It was 9:45AM when we finished and then all of a sudden to our surprise a couple of our newly made, English speaking friends showed up at our hotel. They invited us to go to the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum and the Plaza de Cibeles with them so we did. We took the bus to first go to the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum. We left at 10:00AM and the bus trip ...
... we resisted, even tho it was already noon! At that point, we left Rick and his walk and hustled ourselves over to the Palace, worried that we wouldn't have enough time for it if we kept meandering along. So, we toured the Royal Palace. Yikes! I think you should hear about it from Ken. Just know that my favorite part was the armory, with the horses dressed in their armor. Unfortunately there was no photography allowed inside the palace. So you will have to come here or ...
... The edges of the open square are full of cafe seating with tables and chairs located under large sweeping umbrellas. Cafe spruikers out the front attempt to entice passing travellers to enter their domain for coffee, food and conversation. The spruikers don't miss a trick and its subtly-competitive as rival hawkers try to capture their prey.
We of course fell-in hopelessly beguiled by a suave man with excellent Spanish and English (but who later explained he ...
... nearly 7 weeks of vacation time built into my semester
here...the French basically never hold school! My friends and I joke
that they call it "studying abroad",but really they should just call it
"abroad" because studying is rarely involved.
These next two weeks will be filled with a few group presentations I
have to prepare and then getting ready for my parents to come visit me
in less than two weeks! I'm so excited to see them!