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Travel Blogs from Sant Antoni de Portmany
... saying to me...and along with that, leaving out letters can be confusing as well
-A daily siesta will be a wonderful thing
I am sure that this is pretty scattered, but if it is, refer back to how much sleep I have had over the past few days and you will understand!
The adventure begins!
** Little added note**
I just traveled to the university and back on my own without looking at the map and route in my pocket! Lets hope I can do it again ...
... quaint short streets, alleys really with co,our full shop fronts and goods to match. Julia managed to find some fans she liked and we purchased a number for future gifts.
Also found a great jewellery store with quite a number of unique pieces and managed to purchase something from their too. Later on we found a very traditional gift shop with things not seen before and on e again ...
... Tired, and in dire need of a change of clothes we arrived in Madrid at 12 in the morning.
Although we were exhausted from our long trip, we dragged ourselves down the Gran Villa to the Prado Museum. We found it was well worth the trouble. Perusing the great works of art, we came upon paintings by Goya, Grecco, Carvaggio, El Bosco, Rubens, Rembrandt and Velazquez. Our ...
... t understand - revert to your Italian, not your English - they will understand that better. So far we are finding that to be the case. Except for the guy at the grocery store as I desperately tried to tell him in Italian that I needed ice...and he didn't understand the Italian word for ice so I told him (in Italian) really really cold and hard water. And he said "so you need ice?" - in English. I guess for him I should have started out with English.
Tonight we are off to find ...
... finished and they re-opened for 'Dinner' at 10pm. Wow. We were served a drink though and I tried a Sangria - still not sure if I liked it's slightly medicinal taste, but everyone around us was loving it.
Thirst quenched we carried on earlier than expected to our destination of the Palau Nacional (the Art Museum) and the Magic Fountain below where we bought a burger from a cart - even McDonalds do it better. As expected ...