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... we all share and it costs about 2 euros per person. The leaves in the park are starting to turn orange as well, which is beautiful. Some of my friends rented a row boat in a large man made pond, and after we found an outdoor adoption event for cats and dogs!
Saturday I spent the morning and afternoon with my host dad, Paula, Clara, and their two best friends who are sisters as well. Begona (my host mom) was gone for the day, so we had fun exploring Madrid, including ...
... where we ran into a friend of Malcolm's from Adelaide Di - who was travelling through Spain with her sister-in-law and nephew. It was nice to catch up. Di and her relatives are about to do a small tour of Spain, then she heads off for a cooking school in Sicily, with a week back in London before heading home. I love the sound of the cooking school and would love to go back to San Sebastián to attend one. After the Prado we headed off to the Museo Nacional Centro De Arte ...
... city center)
and was guided by the giant glowing mosque. I've found that tall
religious buildings serve as a great landmark in nearly every city I've
been to. Not because of their significance of course, but because of
their tendency to have tall and unique spires.
So I made it to the Hostel that night, woke up early to buy souvenirs
for Cawilla and Shanna once I got back to ZGZ, ended up breaking a
triple tagine pot and spending all my money on that ...
... speaking people on the tour who were from Bahrain. They were a really lovely couple and they have invited us to Bahrain !!! ( he is a doctor & she is a principal of a secondary school). Yesterday we met an American couple at the Palace who were in Madrid for the tennis who also invited us to visit them in Atlanta Georgia. Mal thinks if we keep talking to other tourists we might get ...
... and boi oh boi Barca doesn't fail to live up to expectation. After going through one of Europes best food market , we headed over to a sort of upper class antiques as all sorts market where Tom purchased some new trackies and socks, followed by a return to La Rambla to an artisans market. Where we eventually both purchased some things as it was the sort of unique pieces we have been searching for. Upon returning home we prepared for the big game ! Granada vs FC ...