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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We slept terrible (I think its from being inside so long). We did the exact same thing as yesterday. We woke up at 7:30AM. We headed down to eat complimentary breakfast at the hotel (as always). There we decided we were going to teach English like yesterday. By time we finished eating breakfast it was 8:30AM. We contacted our students/friends from yesterday for them learn ...
... technique..... After the tour I went back to the market - was hoping to grab a coffee and a bite to eat. It was packed. There are only a few fresh food stalls, the rest is really like a food court but with amazing gourmet options. Most stalls were offering tapas like options. I just grabbed a mini pizza - it was the easiest option. I went to the supermarket nearby and then to the churros restaurant for a coffee. Also found out that Madrid is famous for a calamari ...
Third tapas: french fries with ketchup on them and two skewers of chunks of grilled saffron seasoned pork on two pieces of baguette. Cheesh! Our water, Rafael, had a real crush on Peggy. It was a hoot! He made us stay when we tried to leave and gave us free drinks. He wanted her phone number in the US.
Back to the hotel to meet the group for our 3:15 p.m. included tour. We went to La Hombre - Sultan's palace - the castle built by the Moors - first ...
... not saying Mass etc. 40,000 bodies are buried under the cathedral as it was built in memory of all those who died in the Spanish civil war. After the tour we had lunch on the Grand via and did some shopping before a quiet afternoon packing our bags and resting up for our trip to Paris tomorrow. We booked the taxi to pick us up at 4 am so it will be an early ...
... exchanged jokes about Rum, Sodomy, and the Lash. After that, we took a quick run along the decks of HMS Warrior, the steel clad behemoth that dissuaded the Froggies from calling for a rematch of Trafalger. These battleships were the Uber weapons of the day. It took years of work and huge resource to make and maintain them. Britannia Rules The Waves indeed. The nautical interlude, however, was a mere prequel to the main event : A chance for me to rub my balls on some armored ...