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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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We meet for breakfast at 8:30am and realise the sun doesn't rise until 8:30am, so bizarre that it’s depressing. Can you imagine starting work when it’s still black outside at 8am? Anyways, we enjoy breakfast together, head back up to our rooms, pack our bags and meet back down in the foyer. We don’t check out until 12pm so we decide to leave our bags in our rooms and come back for them.
We go and walk around the town, towards the ...
We wake up to the sound of John and Jenny rustling around and packing their bags. I was feeling exhausted and very much in overdrive so I decide not to go to the stadium tour this morning that was supposed to be yesterday. So we all head down to breakfast to eat before they head off. We happened to be sitting next to a young Australian couple that John started making conversation with. Turns out they live in Canberra and Sydney, are on their honeymoon and are ...
... with meat sauce on the inside! It was delicious. After lunch I also tried some marzipan, because Toledo is known for the best marzipan of Spain.
On Friday I began my studying for midterms, which start next Thursday for me! I also prepared for a long day Saturday, when I went to Zaragoza with the company Citylife Madrid, the same company that I went to Cuenca with a few weeks ago. Zaragoza is three and a half hours away from Madrid by bus, and we went this ...
... to myself.
Gotta say this was a good find, apart from the two women with big hair, that sat right in front of me, and wouldn't shut up.
I actually can't remember the name of the place, but I do know it's on Calle de los Predicadores. Look it up people
Had to stop for fuel, and felt I was on the set of The Hills Have Eyes 3, so deserted, just don't go in that deserted ...
Had a good sleep in the van and woke up early so we could get going on our trip. Weather was wet but cleared up as we moved up the plateau. The Scenery was fab. We stopped for a picnic lunch in a place called Haro which is famous for its Rioja wine. After lunch we headed on towards Zaragroza after a refill of fuel, Em drove the Van for the First time ...