Petit Palace Londres
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... go a little out of order in this blog, since I realized I forgot to add a few important events that I didn't write about.
I've been attending all of my classes so far (yes, I actually do "study" abroad!) and have really been enjoying them. This Wednesday marked a big milestone in my Visual Arts class, because it was the last day we were going to the Prado Museum. The way this Visual Arts class works is on Mondays we have class at the Institute, and discuss ...
... Crown Plaza Hotel and checked in. Lovely hotel room and awesome shower. Good work Lee! I had dinner at the hotel early and then went to bed, was struggling to keep my eyes open. I did try to go for a wander but the hotel is kind of in the middle of nowhere, industrial like area. It's near the end of the runway, but far away enough to not hear the planes from the ...
... _- We first headed out for some churros and chocolate! Yummy!!! Then we walked down Gran Via and hit up a few picture places that we hadn't seen yet. Then we walked back and I got a a quesadilla at Tako-Away! We then went to the English theatre to get out of the rain for a bit. We saw Dallas Buyers Club. It was really good! Then we came back and made dinner and booked some stuff for Marrakech! Getting ready for our trek to the airport in the middle of the ...
... it would be hard to top or even equal some of the things I've seen in France, but am impressed. Its just beautiful. So much history and so much beauty. We get to walk through the old town to Saint Martins Bridge and walk across it. Almost feel like a princes....almost I said because the square castle top. Love it. We visit the church of Santo Tomé which is home of one of El Greco's most famous paintings. hear the ...
... the amount of clothing and jewellery. That's it for our time in Spain, we absolutely loved it. It has been our favourite country by far and we are sad to be leaving. The food, the atmosphere and the lifestyle just suits us. The people are friendly (when we can understand them) and we've had an amazing time here. We want to come back and explore some more of the country. Next up, Amsterdam. We have an overnight train to Paris then we will hopefully be able to get on a train to ...