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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, ...
... to follow my instincts and just find one. An hour later, after chasing likely looking wild gooses, I had walked in a bloody big circle to come out where I had started from. I was cold and miserable and over it, so I got on the wrong bus to go back home. Then I got off the wrong bus two stops later, and waited for the right bus to arrive and take me back home. Home is where the Twinings English breakfast teabags are, and after a cup of tea and a lie down I'm feeling ...
... with the situation of orienting myself towards where I believed my destination was and blindly walking forward. It was early morning and once again there weren’t many people on the streets. I had a faint feeling of hope when I reached a corner I recognized then I realized it was a false alarm but just after a few minutes I realized that I had found the right path in one go. So Yay me. I’m a natural. Except ...
... to what we'd
seen everywhere else. After that we just lay down on the fake grass
in the town square for a while and used the free internet to book
accommodation for Barcelona. Pretty relaxing way to spend the day!
Walked around a bit more and had some more pizza slices before
heading back to Madrid at 7pm. Got some bread, cured ham, yoghurt and
fruit from a supermarket and headed to our new accommodation for the
... but I had forgotten that Franco was still pretty recent history, meaning both Antonio and Juani had lived under that dictatorship. What an awesome resource, and link to the past. He said that corruption has always been around, especially under Franco, but never has is been this apparent. Before, people would steal or cheat, but it would always be kept under wraps. They don't try to hide it anymore, in fact, they do it openly to make themselves seem more powerful. This ...