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At lunch I tried something I'd never tried until then - octopus. It came in chunks as part of the free appetiser. The texture and taste was much nicer than I expected. I still don't think I'd be able to eat an octopus if it arrived on my plate whole with all its tentacles out, but in the future if a dish has octopus chunks in it I won't hold back from ordering it.
After I left the cathedral I had just enough time to buy a very special souvenir for myself - ...
... and two beers, I though I might as well take a look at the Cathedral. The way was well signposted through the main shopping areas of town, and I must admit it was a very big, very impressive looking Cathedral.
I was ready to go home by then, and found my way back to the top of the hill we came up in the bus. Saw some nice views on the way down, but fate hadn't finished with me yet. I got to a three way crossroads half way down and took the wrong turning and kept on going. ...
... night and went into a packed trendy place. Got an end to the bar and the attention of a keen young English speaking waiter. The place was a participant in the best tapas comp; we had great stuff at €2 each. Their entry was a truly Castilian-style venison that was delicious. These tapas are like hors d'oevres, two bites. We moved off eventually and headed for the high side near the escalators and El Embrujo (which means ...
... cooking facilities for a good 20 minutes. Then i mistook vinegar for oil, so that was completely fail, but some nice German girls helped me because I clearly looked hopeless. Eventually, an hour and a half later, I had pasta napoletana with chicken. I had cooked enough to last me for dinner, lunch, and dinner again. Stay tuned for the rest of this story... Best moment: mazapan yum yum Worst moment: cooking disaster Fave photo: El ...
... I had no idea that its history could be explained with out the least bit of bloodshed and with the Hapsburg's as the hero's. Ugh. Nationalistic, one sided, not impressed. But... the light show itself was pretty cool.
We still had an hour long drive back to Madrid. Considering it was one of the craziest days ever, the bus was pretty quiet.
When we got back to Madrid at midnight, I was surprised by how many people ...