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... each time our bags were lost. I'll cross that bridge when we get to it. For now, it's time to relax. ... It's now 10.06 am. I didn't get the chance to relax on the balcony as Pudd was hungry. Breakfast is included at the hotel so we went and ate. The dinning room is on level 3 which is our floor. The floors here are divided into two with the stairwell separating them. The dinning room is on the other side of the floor. One inconvenient thing about the hotel is ...
... are all fluid lines and curves. I guess as he was so religious Freud would say it was to do with repressed sexuality no doubt but anyway it was lovely.
Loads of tourists still and it ended up being quite hot. Got 2 pairs of earrings for 5 euros - bargain!
You do see a lot more on the bus than on the metro that's for ...
... ripped up by a few hard knocks and ending up pretty covered in blood and tatters, at least from the front. What even? Say what you will about the ethical considerations of Bullfighting, it was pretty damn entertaining- although to be honest after half a liter of Sangria I'm going to pretty content to watch any combination of mammals having at each other with sharp objects. Is that so wrong?
... tiny like Ginger (well, maybe tiny bit bigger than Ginger), and bravely climb the human ladders all the way to the top. The highest tower must have been about 10m! Wow! It was so cute to see them climb and descend as they looked like little monkeys, but at the same time, we were so worried thinking about "What if...". They wear helmets but that's about it.
After watching the impressive towers, we were back to our original plans of the day - to visit 2 ...
... mosaic tiled, wavy benches overlooking the city. It was pretty crowded; all the sun soaked seats were taken, but the shaded empty seats were equally as pleasant.
We followed signs to a fountain within the park. If you visit this park, don't bother visiting the fountain. It was more of a bath of dirty water and a tap dripping. Not worth the hike back up the hill. It took us a while to walk back from the park to our hotel, but the stop was broken down by stopping in at every ...