Hotel Zenit Abeba
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The bus ride on Friday was 4.5 hours long, and we also had a 30 minute stop in the middle of it. When we got to our hotel, I was so tired that I sat down on a lobby couch until my roommate came and found me. After eating a doner kebab for lunch, we got back on the bus to go to The Royal Palace. It was pretty cool, but the tour was about the exact …
... boring and at lunch we left for Burger King where we spent two hours, before going back to school with stupid excuses.
At 8 everyone was out so I went down to the restaurant, thinking that they would appreciate it. Everyone is so keen to learn English because of the crisis and everything counts when it comes to beating other candidates. However I found myself chasing ...
... there. Many of the palms are “christened” by famous people and have plaques placed on their trunks; there are kings and queens around the world who have christened palms in this small garden. The garden is so renowned that every Palm Sunday, when the Pope delivers the mass that day, he holds a palm leaf that has been sent from Elche. The town is also famous for making shoes, and you may be shocked to read this, but I did actually go into a shop and buy a pair. But this was ...
... as I previously thought); additionally, I learned that it's super difficult to operate keys while wearing thick gloves, surprise surprise. Despite the rain and cold, however, Madrid is a beautiful and incredibly clean city, and I'm excited to explore more tomorrow! For the time being, I'm exercising my Spanish right to take a siesta, not because I'm necessarily that tired but because Visi apparently has friends over, and my brain is way ...
... but the outside is picturesque even if it is rather out of place.
The Royal Palace is a good visit, having about 20 rooms open to the public. It’s mostly 19th century decoration, in various colours. The throne room is interesting in that the thrones are on a side wall of this rectangular room, which has doors only at the ends of the room. It means the formal approach to the Monarch is towards his side and not towards his front. One wonders ...