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... dining room table was as long as a bowling lane. All in all it was great. Especially when we walked out the way we came down the grand stair case which was covered with people. The armory was quite impressive. It was surprising how intricate the decorations on the armor was. After that we walked to the Temple of Debod. It was free and pretty cool. The parks surrounding it were really nice. Also throughout the day we saw people with ...
... the Chapel de San Antonio resplendent with ceiling frescos painted by Goya and is the very place the painters body lies following his death in 1828. It seemed too good a recommendation to ignore, so after a leisurely breakfast in a nearby cafe, we re-entered the Madrid Metro and manoeuvred our way to the nearest station (Marino had suggested the route 75 bus, but we thought the metro was fine). One of the only problems with the amazing metro is the total lack of directional focus ...
... delightful experience.
... the centre. We eventually came across our next attraction, the Elevador de Santa Justa. Built in the vey early 1900s, it was originally a means of travel between two suburbs that were at such different altitudes a lift was needed to move between them. After a bit of queueing we got the lift to the top and saw one of the most spectacular views of Lisbon one will ever see. From there we walked into the ...
... got her an iPhone to keep in touch but she doesn't like the technology. I told her I could relate. There is also a woman who found an orphan kitten in St Jean and has decided to walk the trail with the kitten on a lease (it's so tiny the leash goes around its waist). And last but not least, this guy Axel from France - he is planning to become a monk and is hiking in honor of wounded soldiers. Of all ...