CC Madhya 15.196

āra aṣṭa sannyāsīra bhikṣā dui dui divase
eka eka-dina, eka eka jane pūrṇa ha-ila māse
Word for word: 
āra — other; aṣṭa — eight; sannyāsīra — of sannyāsīs; bhikṣā — invitation for lunch; dui dui divase — two days each; eka eka-dina — on each day; eka eka jane — one person; pūrṇa — filled; ha-ila — will be; māse — the month.
Translation: 
“The other eight sannyāsīs will accept invitations for two days each. In this way there will be engagements for each and every day during the entire month.
Purport: 

During the entire month, consisting of thirty days, Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu would visit Sārvabhauma Bhaṭṭācārya for five days, Paramānanda Purī Gosvāmī would visit for five days, Svarūpa Dāmodara for four days, and the eight other sannyāsīs for two days each. In this way the thirty days of the month would be filled.