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... to walk the whole Camino Frances. What's more, I decided to do it right away, without much thought or planning.
As no other ideas have come to me since, it seems that I am stuck with doing it. I make no promises about updating the blog with much more than where I have been, what I have eaten etc, and I'm not sure as of yet how often I will get the chance to update it, what with the nursing of blisters and eating of tapas taking priority. Ok. Big day tomorrow. Time for bed.
... our things, and had a nice taxi ride to the air port where I spoke a good bit of Spanish with the driver. As frustrating as the language was for me to learn and speak, I remember being able to carry out that smooth conversation with him and feeling so proud of myself for being able to do just that: communicate a full-flegged conversation in another language. Never again will I really have to use the language like I did while studying abroad, but it will ...
... I mean, feet aren't the greatest. They definitely rank toward the bottom of body parts I'd like to touch, taste, smell, look at, (hear?) but but I'm not going to go as far as to absolutely forbid their public exposure within the comfort of my own home. Which is exactly what the Spaniards do.
It's absurd. After a long day of walking around the city, during which I've probably gotten lost and walked double what I originally intended, not to mention ...
... car off and walked back to the hotel.
Although really convenient for dropping the car off and for catching the bus to the airport, this is not really an area known for restaurants and little exciting eateries. Specially not on a Sunday.
However, after a small meander, we found a little place in a backstreet which was plastered with bullfighting pictures, and did a mean steak.
Today has been a very relaxing day. My roommates and I met with the rest of the group around 12 in the afternoon to tour "El Palacio Real". The palace was huge, it has 2800 rooms, however we did not see all of them.We saw about 13 rooms and they were all very unique. Each room had a different theme and was use for different things. For example. there is a room that is usually where the King and Queen sit that has four lions to signify how powerful they ...
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