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... several times before I could assure myself I was in the correct place to wait. Which I was. I watched a steady flow of not-heathers come out of the doors for 45 minutes after her flight landed... Since my phone did not work, I started to wonder and think of a back-up plan, if she did not appear. We had a plan to get to the hotel, so I decided to wait until 11 and if she did not appear by then, I would head to the hotel and hopefully find Heather there. ...
... into other options for transportation. After our meeting some
of us went to starbucks for coffee and to continue our research, it was nice to
spend time with everyone and get excited about what is coming up next for us.
We took the metro to the train station to try and get a more solid idea of what
we were looking at for prices but unfortunately didn’t book anything. We walked
to retiro park and had the most beautiful afternoon! We ate ice cream and
... the Reina Sofia museum being my favorite. There
was a huge Picasso piece called Guernica that my friend and I just stared
at in awe for probably a solid ten minutes. The museum also had a lot
of other really famous works and took us quite a while to work our way
through. We also saw some really nice churches and took a "free" walking
tour where we were able to see the old royal palace and the cathedral. I
say free with quotes because although ...
... to be doing it to 'support their family'.
To get to the train, we had to go down three sets of stairs and four escalators! How do they even dig that far down?!
I am pretty disgusted at the fact that during dinner we discovered that I can match the smell of the smoke to the pack the cigarette came from! If I ever get lung cancer, I’ll definitely know why - this is passive smoking to an extreme being surrounded by it so ...
... the main central meeting place in Madrid. I wandered around a bit and found the Mercado de San Miguel. It is the site of an old market and is located in a refurbished early 20th century building which offers an array of fresh produce and delicious delicatessen items, including traditional cured meat, Spanish cheeses, olives, seafood, wine and a variety of tapas. Think of the Biscuit Mill in Cape Town, just with a lot more stalls and ...