Foxa 32 Suites
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... from the beautiful houses and quaint streets, Ronda also holds a special place in the hearts of sports fans throughout the region as the home of the oldest bull fighting ring in Spain. The Plaza de Toros is a beautiful arena where twice a year they still hold bull fights even though it does not meet the size requirements for the sport today. Our tour guide did an excellent job of explaining some of the intricacies of bull fighting to us and you could tell that it is ...
... but now we were eager to explore Madrid. Unfortunately, it was cold and rainy when we woke up. The weather was supposed to clear eventually, though, so we hung around the hostel in the morning and didn't leave till after noon. Leaving later than usual wasn't a problem, because there's not a whole lot of "must-see" sights in Madrid. There are several phenomenal art museums, but we didn't want to spend our whole day doing that; we decided to ...
... were less interesting but you could see the mountains in the distance which were covered in thick snow. Part of the building I was in was this massive bubble area looking thing, I can't describe it but it was so pretty.I used Snapchat to send photos to mum of what i was seeing which was pretty amazing (and embarrassingly emotional). By the time I got down the ticket line was super, super busy! And only 40 people would fit on the deck and you get 30 minutes so ...
... board I was left with two jumpers, my handbag, camera bag and onboard bag which was way too much! Saying goodbye to mum and dad was strange, half of me was really sad and didn't want to leave but the other half just wanted to run through those doors as fast as I could. No one shed any tears – not what any of us expected.
Customs and immigration were slow but eventless. Brittney also had to claim GST back (thank god) so we went off to do that. It was ...
... you line up small cups with beer in them. Bounce a ball on the table and get it in the cup. Turns out I was good at doing this. Every time I got the ball in the cup the opponent had to drink the cup of beer. By the end of the night I had only had 4 cups of beer. The other team were barely standing.
I did try and find a host on Couch surfing but nothing available. ...