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Day Two A very early start today as it is a very important day, 8th August, my birthday. As Australia is eight hours ahead, the birthday messages started coming through around midnight. So thank you to everybody who sent messages and the phone calls, it was lovely that everybody remembered. We did a tour around Madrid this morning with a guide to see the sights and the royal palace. It was a quite an experience with a few of our ...
Krista and I both slept in today! It was awesome! Nice and cool in the apartment, thanks to the newly installed fans, windows open and shutters closed almost to the bottom to keep out the sun! Caught one of our Madrid tour buses and headed to a store where I needed to purchase a gift for my mom. Made our way back to the plaza to meet up ...
... spotted the pair of us from a distance, and it was “obvious he wasn’t Spanish”. But she had only seen me, she hadn’t heard me speak. Do I walk like John Cleese or something? All answers on a postcard to the usual address.
Mum loved Barcelona, almost as much as she loved Eugenio. He looked after her so well. My favourite memory is of her at breakfast time perched on a stool in a tiny Churreria as he plied her with churros and chocolate which she adored. ...
I've always had to deal with people mispronouncing my name, because apparently Danika isn't common outside of Slovakia, or something. Prior to leaving for Spain, however, I'd completely accepted my identity as Danika Jade Newlee.. thanks again, Mom and Dad, for giving me the option of stripping in case all else failed! Here in Madrid, however, I have yet to meet a person who can pronounce Danika.. and that's even including what I'd see as the Spanish version, ...
... not a hostal for once!) and it was so incredibly nice. Burgos was beautiful and seemed like a more affluent area- it was very nice and seemed like a smaller city for middle-upper/upper class Spaniards. I slept so well that night on the super comfy beds that Kristen named "God's gloves" haha.
Then on Sunday we headed to Avila. Kristen's last name is Davila and her family originated from Avila, Spain. We looked around for a while and it was also very ...
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