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... a very small portion of the over 3000 rooms. These rooms were all very extravagant. At one point we went through a series of rooms, the first where one of the kings ate breakfast, then the next was the dinner room before we went into a huge dining room that seated probably more than 50 people. While we were at the palace there was a lot of commotion in the square between the palacio and the cathedral, with lots of school children screaming and ...
... bed impossible and meaning that the pillows slid off the bed
3. The large and completely useless round thing that joined the tiny couch with the bed.
4. The bed being placed right next to the bathroom even though the room was huge.
5. No proper toilet door. So not much left to the imagination!
6. The beautiful taps which we could never figure out how to change from hot to cold or vice versa.
7. Minimal storage. ...
... Since it was the same for all the people around me, I guess I never truly understood what I was missing. To be more exact, I guess it never struck me that I was missing out on something. However living in a host family, especially a family that had the wedding of their son and two other daughters I was sad that I wasn’t near my family right now. It saddened me further that if I am to stay in the states for my job that I will never be near my family. I would never ...
... t win. Now the crisis has gotten worse because of the money spent by the city and by people investing in tourism.
We only ended up staying in Madrid for twenty minutes, walking around one block and getting ice cream - fair to say I was pretty upset. How would Nat cope with this if I did it in Aus?!
When coming home, we passed a hearse. Luckily we were still walking to the car so it wasn't too hard, but we immediately had to find wood to touch! In ...
... the luggage to a warehouse, for which they charge you 36 euros. Anyway, it wasn't hard to carry the luggage around so off we went to the train station to get the tickets to Santiago.
Here we met another problem, which to cut a long story short, meant we had to pay extra for a bunk to sleep in instead of sitting in a seat. Train left at 10.30 pm and arrived at 7 am.
To be continued.