Ibis Madrid C/ Valentin Beato
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... it depends whether they are talking about the building or including the grounds. Anyway, the Royal Palace has 3000 rooms but maybe only 1/3 were open to look at. The Palace was (as most) heavily decorated top to bottom with not a bare spot of wall or ceiling. It was a lovely Palace to wander through (but I would have to say I preferred the Palace of Versaille). At the palace there is a Stradivarius violins collection which was kept ...
... to visit the tiny country of Gibraltar. Having been under British control since the early 1700’s we were required to go through a very relaxed passport check before we boarded these tiny little busses for our tour of "The Rock". Gibraltar has always been a strategic military position. It was the first place that the Muslims landed before conquering Spain and it was a very important part of the Allied victory in World War Two thanks to its proximity to ...
... to realize how special every moment is even when you are not studying abroad. While I was here I collected postcards everywhere I went, kept a blog, took so many pictures and tried to keep all the memories I had here alive. People around me as well are always saying that it was the best semester of their lives and they are making special video clips of their experience. I absolutely agree that it was a fantastic once a life experience but at the same time it has given ...
... no clue how to get
to her apartment and 3) the for some odd reason my visa wasn’t letting me
withdraw money- which still needs to be fixed. Thank goodness there was a help
station with Madrid city information, the lady was so helpful in describing to
me where I needed to go and what to look for in the apartment I needed to find.
I hopped into a cab and entered for the first time into Madrid. My initial
reactions to the city ...
... before doing the same thing ten seconds later. I wasn't scared, because I assumed it was Marie who had been trying to scare us earlier but I turned to Nat and her face was pale and she said she felt sick. I asked what the door was, and she explained it was the cellar and that a few people who have been down there had sworn that it was 'haunted'.
Showering was quite a challenge, I had to hold the rose whilst showering and there was no curtain so the water covered the bathroom ...