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... Once we made it
into the terminal I think we were all relieved. Tamar and Amanda are angels for
putting up with my mistakes, although I know there is nothing any of us could
have done… I am so blessed for them. We took a pretty shady flight to madrid
with ryan air. I think im starting to understand why we only pay 60 euro for
these flights. We arrived in madrid around 11 pm. It took us about 45 mins to
ride the metro home and I felt like I was riding ...
... and rice not soft enough for my liking. I wanted to arrive at the flamenco show happy, so I had something sweet, yogurt. Sorry, didn't take a pic of that, it wasn't all that.
I was in full tourist area, so hailing a cab was super easy. People here really don't speak English, so I've really been getting by with the small amount of Spanish I know. I chatted a bit with my cabbie to the venue. Yay!
The show was not as good as the show I saw ...
... of the paintings was centred on religious subjects such as the birth and crucifixion, the Last Supper, etc.
After touring the main floor, I had a look at the cafeteria to perhaps get some lunch. It was divided into a cafeteria and a restaurant section), and I decided on food from the restaurant side (better selection, but also more expensive). While I was dining, I was chatting with the people seated next to me who were from Miami.
... lucky because I’m in Madrid. When people come to Spain, believe it or not, Madrid isn’t always on the top of their list. It is often overshadowed by the more trendy, quirky, Barcelona. I have been to Barcelona and I love it, and definitely understand the appeal. However, Madrid is a great place to study, especially if you are looking for a true, authentic Spanish culture. Spending 5 months here, I realize just how much of the culture I knew before coming here, and how ...
... and looked at the pretty buildings and walked around in the pretty parks and took some pictures. Then I met up with my mother's niece, Cristina. It's always a little awkward meeting someone new for the first time and being all alone. But it wasn't too bad. She was quite a lot older than me and her English wasn't great, she did also ask me a lot when I planned to get married... probably a cultural difference there. But she was nice enough so it was good. We just walked around and talked ...
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