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... would have added to the taste experience! We passed many beautifully conserved buildings including one that had a puppet on the balcony with a clock. We then entered another huge square surrounding by accommodation. Apparently it is one of the most popular places to live and real estate is extremely expensive. There was ************e here at 10.30 when we arrived but when we came back for lunch later there were hundreds of people. It was difficult for us to walk across ...
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... to wander the streets of Saturday night Madrid- very busy, noisy, bustling city itch huge crowds out and about. Enjoyed a quiet tapas meal at local restaurant on our own including Asparagus tip salad, Tempura vegetables, Mussel croquettes and octopus with caramelised onions. The weather has been cool and overcast- tonight we had another torrential downpour. Tomorrow we leave Madrid and head to ...
... a little - of course with my kindle and delicious tapas bars.
When I came back I decided to try to go back upstairs and maybe the scene had changed a bit.
Nope. If anything, it got worse.
I went up to the bar and asked for an iced coffee to bring outside while I finished up my book. The same spanish man from earlier came up to me and slurred something. When I didn't respond, he looked at a guy who worked there and told him to translate. ...
... before boarding my flight to Madrid which I slept through mostly.
What happened next was most likely like most stressful 2 hours of my life.
After receiving a spain passport stamp and feeling a moment of accomplishment,
I realized 1)my phone didn’t work. I got on the phone with bell and immediately
sorted out the situation causing some stress. Then 2) realized the lady I was
staying with literally spoke not a word of English and ...