Petit Palace Londres
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... street names, beautiful buildings and amazing fountains. Tonight we went out for dinner to a restaurant in town where we had entertainment by the "three Amigos". Plenty of Sangria, red wine and Bombe Alaska. We then had a coach tour around the city to view the illuminated fountains. It's cooler than we thought as it's 600m above sea level. We had a shower of rain just as we ...
... view of the Correct Path. How was I supposed to reconcile all the contradictions?
Especially when, the following day, I visited the strange little Museum of the Inquisition, which showcases all the fiendish instruments of torture that the Church used against infidels during the Inquisition. (Which didn’t officially end until 1834, by the way!) The exhibit left little to the imagination, as the curators had helpfully provided ...
June 11, 2014 Day 26
Today was our final day of classes. In our first class we did a review of all the connects covered up to this point and did a game with 'spanish fans' where we would pass around our paper and people would write nice things about us in Spanish. It was cute but I felt like I was in summer camp again writing nice things about my friends. In the grammer class we did a pretty intense review and I think it raised our anxiety levels a bit about the ...
... anonymous in a city full of people.
I went to Sol, which I know really well already and spent like five minutes in the middle just staring at everything around me in complete and utter amazement. I had never had time to stop and look before! Sol is basically a court-yard surrounded by lots of little lanes, I chose one and started on my mission for pretty buildings to photograph. I later found out that this was a pointless mission, it was impossible to not ...
... saw the north-west side of Madrid. This included Plaza de Espana, some old Egyptian temple with Arches, Don Quiote's monument, and a free art exhibition located in a palace called Liria Palace.
We then walked to Plaza del Sol and took a subway back to the apartment for a good night ...