3k Madrid Hotel
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... outline of the continents offered a graphic portrayal of the progression, showing how mariners sailed east to avoid the worst of the currents around Africa’s Cape of Good Hope. Diaz accomplished the feat in 1488, then Vasco de Gama arrived in India in 1498.
The floor map also helped explained why Brazil speaks Portuguese while the rest of South America largely speaks Spanish. ...
... one street of used car dealers and cafes about as clean as the place we'd left behind) for a beer, cold cheese and ham sandwich and flaming row on the way home. I tried sleeping in one of the 'unoccupied' beds, but the dampness of the foam mattress soon penetrated and we retreated again, to the van. I emerged blinking onto the weed cluttered drive and managed a very decent porridge and coffee breakfast on the vine tangled terrace. On entry to ...
... we would find a high point in the city near us, look for the river, and start heading that way back home, knowing that our hostel was across from the Church of St. Paul.
The graffiti was another main feature of Lisbon. In Atlanta, graffiti is essentially bad. It is representative of gangs and groups that want deface the city. In New York City millions of dollars are put into cleaning up ...
... head off into the unknown! I am glad Mikey is doing the driving, not me. I will navigate and yell out to remind him to drive on the right! The drivers in Lisbon are a bit crazy, but I am sure we will be fine once we get out of the city. And despite Mikey’s comment, although it is different to the planned out holidays I am used to, I am looking forward to this next unplanned part of the trip, going where the wind takes us!
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... going back after the sun had set and once home it was around 9pm. We took a nap again till midnight. I did not want to go out at all but Lauren convinced me that I would regret it and that things didn’t get good anyway until around midnight. We headed towards Barrio Alto. The nightlife in Madrid is really different. First of all I think drinking in the streets is legal because the bars were absolutely tiny and people mostly just ...