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... on plus around 10lbs of extras ( ie. purse, toiletries, food), I strain to do the simplest of tasks. I'll elaborate further with some examples in a bit but first I need to declare that I will never, and I sincerely mean never travel..... Interruption - Some ******* couple just walked by and was laughing hysterically to themselves as they rudely looked back at me with all my bags, which I'm keeping close to my body; they wouldn't be laughing if it was them. ...
... martinis up to the terrace with a smile on her face then our vacation began in earnest.
It wasn't until the next day that we realized it had actually been mid afternoon and our insisting on cocktails on the not-yet-open terrace has already made us memorable. While ordering cocktails the next evening (at the now appropriate time) with a bustling crowd the bartender from the afternoon below had already committed our room number to memory.
... is crucial because of the amount of opportunities and
options I have, and hearing that she was willing to get a PHD in something she
was fascinated in and literally created a career out of her passion was so
inspiring. I think this trip has reminded me how much there is to do and
accomplish in this world, and how important it is to explore other areas of
interest and knowledge. We then entered the prado and enjoyed the works of El
Greco, Valazquez and Goya… ...
... screaming "si se puede" from El Retiro park across the street. From what we could gather, the were protesting about abortion. It was kind of an odd sight for me to see because I have never attended nor really observed a protest like that before. It was a sizable protest without any violence, but there was a street that was closed down because of the protest and there were several police cars present.
... awkward old, skinny people dancing who I'd been looking at for a few minutes. I looked at the buskers, at the same time they looked at me, so we all realised at the same time that they were the ones from El Molino! They stopped playing and came to say hello which ****** a lot of people off, but I didn't have any money to tip them, I felt so terrible !! Even now I'm still laughing about meeting someone I know in a city where Im completely anonymous!
After Nat picked me up ...