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... the main man takes to the centre and does a few dances with the poor beast. I'll admit it doesn't sound bad at this stage and we were enjoying ourselves. Then a trumpet blow and they distract the bull while two lancers on blindfolded armoured horses make their way out. Once the bull spies the horse it's like a beacon and it charges straight at it. Horns intertwine with padded armour as the 500kg bull smashes into the horses side while at the same time the lancer opens ...
... at a ridiculously fast speed. I mean like under three minutes fast. After that we went to a little bar on one of the many squares in the area and got a jug of sangria (Nim wasn't drinking for some reason and ordered a coke). After that we almost got swindled at some weird bar and decided to go the safe route and get a mojito from the place we went to our first night in Madrid. I think from then we just hung around and relaxed and went to bed fairly early. I love you, ...
We started off the day by visiting Palacio Real - the Royal Palace. The palace in its current state was built by King Philip V. Philip V was the grandson of Louis XIV and was born in Versailles, so he wanted something that mimicked his upbringing. It was pretty spectular! While we were not allowed to tour all 2,800 rooms, we were able to see some of the highlights including the Throne Room (probably our favorite), Charles III's bedroom where he died in 1788, ...
... br> as she was equally as excited about the course and everything we would be
learning in the next month. She will be teaching us the language portion of our
course but stressed that she did not want to be the ‘boring’ one. Her class was
exciting and I could tell she tried to get us as interactive as possible which
was good considering we are still catching up from the jet lag. At 11:00 we had
a 30 minuet ...
... 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.