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A few observations on Madrid as we move onto Lisbon tomorrow:
- Everything starts later in the day! Most museums etc. don’t open until 10. Lunch “hour” seems to be from 1 – 3; and dinner from 8 – 12. Retail stores are open until midnight.
- Much less expensive than London or Paris.
- A lot more visible street people and beggars
- Buskers ...
... needed for John and me, and the kids got yet another fanta de limon; we were able to hang there until Mikel, the apartment owner, showed up in the middle of the downpour to open the apartment.
Our Madrid apartment is small, it is on the second floor and is located in the art & cinema district of Madrid. We have a "master bedroom" that is street side, across from a couple of pubs. The good news is that all noise stops about 3am until about 6am. There ...
The Spanish teacher went to get me a book to read so we made a trip to the 'library' - three bookcases! The school is retarded - expensive as but just as ****** as it is expensive. Maybe it's the 'private school' label that attracts people.
Nat went to the gym so I was home alone, Amparo Snr the most serious, impeccably dressed old lady who I've never seen smile, walked in and shouted "g'day Melissa" I've never laughed ...
... Rodriguez, our guide, are both from Portugal. Harder to understand Portuguese than Spanish. We crossed the Prime Meridian somewhere in the north of Spain; so we were under London time wise. It's a beautiful country and the coast is full of tourists. Now we head to Cordoba and Seville and catch a train back to Madrid. The circle will be complete. Sandman sherry bulls on the hills wherever we ...
... guys who lives here - he spends his days semi conscious - smoking as many joints as he can in between his 3 shifts a day in his families restaurant round the corner. He is also an influential member of an extremist right wing separatist party in Spain (Espana 2000) and he absolutely loves the oppurtunity to discuss Spanish politics with me when I'm hungover or eating my dinner - I try to avoid this topic of conversation at all costs, usually failing. He's a good ...