We awoke this morning to the sound of the bell in the bakery as our apartment was above a bakery. For breakfast we walked downstairs to get baked goods. Next, we visited the palace of the Bishop-Prince, a mansion on top of a hill, overlooking the city. My favorite room had walls that were painted with an optical illusion that the celling was curved, while it actually was flat. After the tour we ate lunch in a nice garden that had short rose bushes that formed a maze. We continued to explore the city for a little. My dad, Anna, and I went to a swimming pool to relax for a couple of hours. As we didn’t have our translator, it was difficult to find our way to the pool. The locker room was just a big open room with only separate bathrooms and showers from guys and girls. The pool was amazing. In the main pool there was a cave with a waterfall that ran over the opening and chairs carved into the edge of the pool with a hole for bubbles. The next room had two water slides, one with tubes to sit in and one without. Anna and I went down the waterslide so many times to try different things, like going down backwards. There were also two quiet pools, a lap pool, diving board pool, an outdoor part, a pool on the roof, a kid pool, and a small knee-deep pool. The knee-deep pool was freezing and for walking laps in. Anna and I dunked ourselves in it and tried to hug dad. After brushing my rat’s nest of hair that forms after swimming, we walked the city until we were hungry. For dinner we ate at a restaurant call Poseidon, where my parents went for their first date. After dinner we went for another walk along the river, where we noticed a family of swans. I don’t particularly like swans after an incident on a jetski in Michigan, but as they we were safely on the other side of the river I enjoyed observing them.