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... four different types of pastries. We ended up sharing the pastries, but didn't finish, After breakfast we wondered over to the Royal Palace where the Spanish Royal family have lived in the past. Huge white classical building about 200metres. No one lives there currently, it's now a huge tourist attraction. We paid our entrance fee and went around the place grounds, first of all saw portraits ( so many portraits of the royal family - a lot not ...
... and if need be I would send some things home from Florence - I have heard the postal system is not that great in Italy though! I organised a taxi for about 1130 - I started pacing a bit when it hadn't arrived by 1150. It arrived not long after and then we were off. The driver was young and quite impatient. There was a traffic jam at the bottom of the street from the hotel - the taxi driver was on his horn constantly - am. to sure what he was hoping to achieve apart ...
... size: 14px; box-sizing: border-box; -webkit-tap-highlight-color: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0);">1) fried zucchini & potatoes2) cold squash soup3) fried shrimp4) pot roast - beef, carrots and gravy5) spinach and garbanzo beans6) flan
I woke up fairly early and packed my barely touched bag, as we had to technically check out before checking back in. I ate the free brakfast while everyone else checked out (during which we found out us boys were staying in the same room as the night before). After all this we embarked quite reluctantly on the free walking tour. The guide, who Michael veritably assured us was the twin of the guide he had in Madrid despite (or evidenced ...
... starbucks I was forced
to order in Spanish- which is awesome. I am slightly nervous for tomorrow as
Tamar has way higher Spanish skills then me and I am afraid we will have to do
another placement exam. I guess good bad or ugly its happening tomorrow and I just
need to embrace it with open arms as I did these first few days. The best part
of today- WIFI WORKS! I am excited for what day 3 will bring and so happy what Madrid
has already offered.