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... it is busy, but has a spare table. The meal is pretty good, with good fried anchovies, an excellent salad and a particularly good version of potatoes –boiled, and served cold with a garlic, onion, oil and vinegar dressing. We get a classical guitar performance from a busker to complete the experience.
On the way back to the hotel we divert to the waterfront, and take night photos of the lit waterfront, then cut back to the Cathedral, which is brightly ...
... streets were still deserted save for the odd delivery truck and man with a hose washing away last night from the cobble stoned streets.
9.30am saw me in a lovely cafe enjoying what I thought would be a hearty breakfast as organised by my hotel. Spain does not do breakfast. I thought my hotel had skimped out on me when I was served jam and one piece of toast, juice and a coffee. I waited another 15 minutes to see if anything else was going to arrive ...
... long as I used to in my college dorm.
3.) There are washers for clothes, but there aren't any dryers, so everyone simply leaves their clothes up to dry on clotheslines, and because it's so hot here, they dry very fast!
4.) Most people walk or take public transportation everywhere in the city. I was given directions to places and was told by my host parents it was "very close". Personally, I don't think 35 minutes away is very close, but here it is very much the ...
... ever gotten discounted on anything, and for prime seats at a
ballet of the national state ensemble of spain it coasted us 10 euro-
incredible. After we got the tickets we had a few hours to burn before the show
so we ventured to Gran Via and had a little snack and coffee, ofcourse we had
to do some shopping after and me and Amanda prepared ourselves well for our
upcoming Barcelona trip. Im continually thankful to have such amazing friends
on this ...
... Roman palace, is situated on Toledo's highest point so that it really stands out. When Christians took the city, they modified the Alcazar to its current appearance. Franco restored the building following devastating damage during the Spanish Civil War--the fortress held out during a famous siege by anti-Franco Republican forces, making the Alcazar a powerful nationalist symbol. The Alcazar now houses an overwhelmingly large museum of military ...