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... and then we parted ways around 4pm. Alicia and Rodrigo headed back to Toledo and Vivi and I headed to her flat for a siesta. Unfortunately, Vivi ended up getting a pretty bad migraine, so we just stayed in tonight and chilled. Hopefully she feels better tomorrow. It’s her last day off while I’m here, so we’re going to head out of town to do some shopping and have a look ...
... on. We chilled in the bar talking with all sorta of different people and meeting Jody's friends from France. It was only €3 for a litre for beer or sangria! What a deal! Best one in Europe at least haha. So I drank 3 of those and some more little beers throughout the night. Turns our there was a little club downstairs so we ended up just staying t the hostel and dancing all night. We got downstairs and there was a little guy dressed as Redfoo dancing ...
... streets surrounding the hotel, stopped for a drink & tapa not wanting to go to bed before 11pm or so, to get onto their time zone as quickly as possible. Tonight like every night here, we noticed literally hundreds of people out strolling, joggers jogging, many people walking their dogs. No one seems to be in a hurry, it's all very relaxing.
Observations about dogs in Madrid: they are extremely well behaved! No matter what breed, big or small, we met, they paid ...
... that I had to pack to save my life! Urgh!
At the last minute I decided to make a reservation for a car company to take me directly from the airport in Madrid to my hotel in downtown Madrid. I thought it would be easier for me to get my bearings - if I had someone to talk to about where things were on the way from the airport. The website advertised that they had English speaking drivers and they delivered to ...
We returned to Madrid after our travels in the south. This time we're staying with our friends in a nice outer suburb that has easy train access to the city and easier access to the other stuff that we want to see in central Spain. Marta is Spanish and Scott is an American who taught with me in Australia and has been in Spain for over twenty years. It's nice having people around who speak Spanish. It tends to enrich the experience and they have taken us to places that we'd miss ...
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