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... way to spend the morning.
We filled most of the afternoon looking through the shops and again heading to the market to take the last oppurtunity to sample some yummy food and drink that is on offer there. Overall I hjave loved our time in Madrid but can't wait to see what Barcelona has to ...
... so she was given me little knowledge nuggets as we walked through the town, which is always cool.
We went to a bar/restaurant called Botero to have a drink. This is where Rodrigo used to work, and Alicia and Vivi used to frequent when they were both in Toledo. It was a cool little bar on the ground floor, and then a nice restaurant on the first floor. We were having our first drink when the owner, Frederik, came in. ...
... myself in a different way. It was
bout 10:30 by the time I got back to I stopped at starbucks and grabbed a late
and sandwich for lunch. Its so nice to be living in the middle of everything
where a cup of coffee is just a block away. When I got back me and Tamar talked
about the day and our plans for tomorrows epic soccer game. Its hard to believe
that it has been a week since we left Edmonton, I want time to stop and this
experience to last a life time. Spain is incredible.
... people of all ages out walking and in and out of eateries, windowshopping and catching up. We (mapless, and proud of this through the twisting, turning streets) moved around the streets we knew and took on side trips; the place was humming. Stopped in at a brightly lit family bar, soccer on, forty people doing the snacking, chatting thing ... the best olives I have, and this is a big call, EVER tasted. Wandered on for a good while in ...
The past few days in Toledo have been fabulous! We've visited all sorts of churches, museums and exhibits. We even rode around the city on the fun little tourist train, which is not actually a train at all, but a little open-air cart-type bus dressed up to look like a train. We managed to get on the right side, so we had some amazing views!
Toledo is full of convents and famous for its nun-baked ...