Petit Palace Alcala Torre
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... review the day with over dinner, and, well, snuggle up with at night. And I’d had all that with Avi in France, and travelling alone just kind of paled by comparison. It was almost time to go home.
But not quite. I had two days in Córdoba and three days in Madrid, and there were things to see, so see them I would. For one thing, Córdoba contained the Mezquita, and Avi had suggested the Mezquita was the one cathedral that could make me go back on ...
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Gaudí gave Casa Batlló a facade that is original, fantastical and full of imagination. He replaced the original facade with a new composition of stone and glass. He ordered the external walls to be redesigned to ...
... buy. In the end, I got an unlimited 24-hour pass for 8.40 euro. It means I'm going to change my original plans to go to Avila tomorrow and instead stay and see the sights here in Madrid, to make the best use of it. That's fine though - it's probably going to be a lot less disorienting to not attempt to get OUT of the city, figure out a different city, and then come back here. I can also figure out where the train station is tomorrow so I don't have to be confused when ...
... up asking me (through another girl) to answer the questions. Despite me not understanding it and reading my book only to look up to answer her, I being the only person in the class who could answer - again.
When the class had PE I went to the 'studio' which was detention and talked with two guys for a while but because they were in detention they got in trouble for talking. I only chose to go in there because it's warmer than outside with P.E.. I was ...
Madrid at last, all three of us exhausted, but keen to sample the art and the food. Set off to visit the Prado an excellent gallery covering art work from the 11th and 12th century up to the 19 hundreds, with a particular Spanish flavour.
Some outstanding works were by Vasquez, Goya, Durer, ...