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... other residence on the outskirts of the city. This palace is only used for official events. I had a couple of days here to explore the city. The enjoyed wandering around the streets. The architecture looks grand and the streets are very well kept. Every night there a people with street sweepers cleaning the footpaths. There are a lot of roundabouts in the city and they all seem to have a water fountain in ...
... Spanish so there wasn't too much communication but it was fun anyway. They all lived outside the city center so when they left we went to watch the rest of the Brazil/Germany soccer game and ended up meeting some guys from Belfast that we hung out with for a while. Maybe it is the area we were in but it did seem like things closed earlier in Madrid vs Barcelona. Walking back to the hostel there really wasn't anything ...
... There is no hope for us. We forgot about the hour time change from Madrid to Porto so we waited two hours in the train station until our next train arrived. In that time, we got the morning munchies and ate majority of the food we had as well as got in trouble for laying down on the benches. In Madrid we were told we didn't need a reservation for the second train so when we were awoken by the train personnel to ask us where our reservation ticket was it was a bit scary. In the name of ...
... Alhambra (another series of really old palaces) we found that there
wasn't terribly much to see. There was enough to keep us busy for about a full
day and a half,but after that we just went shopping and ate a lot. We
also tried churros which were delicious! After buying our last few
postcards we took a bus from Granada back to Madrid. Our bus that we
originally booked ended up being cancelled because of the strike the bus
drivers were on,but we ...
... but I wasn't prepared for the song. Then we gave a toast as I held up my glass and nodded at every word being said. I contemplated filling my glass with water before the waiter came round with the champagne but I decided against it - bad mistake.
As the photos were taken, Santi, Yousef and Marie were left out and I figured me too as it was strictly close family but they insisted that I was included, being a sister. Diana ripped a piece of ...