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We had breakfast in Nebraska, there was a poker machine in the restaurant, then Marg, Marietta, Judy and I caught a taxi to the Prado while Gillian and Judith hit the shops and Glenda posted a box home. Being the great art buffs that we are we stalked down the '15 masterpieces' several I recognised and wandered around the rest dodging tour groups. We understand now why the Spanish were always fighting with ...
... to realize how special every moment is even when you are not studying abroad. While I was here I collected postcards everywhere I went, kept a blog, took so many pictures and tried to keep all the memories I had here alive. People around me as well are always saying that it was the best semester of their lives and they are making special video clips of their experience. I absolutely agree that it was a fantastic once a life experience but at the same time it has given ...
... crash vehicles began flowing water through there turrets, washing the plane down. I snapped a couple pics but they didnt turn out very good. This flight was different because we are the minority, all the annoucements are in 3 other languages before they speak them in English. Our cruising altitude is 35,000 feet. You know it is a long flight when they announce that the will be serving dinner and breakfast. Dinner was served. I must ...
... pay to be older! The quiet green pathways and flowers were lovely.
It was a nice lazy way to enjoy our Sunday.
After our siesta we again walked on the Paseo del Prado. There was a lovely sidewalk cafe offering interesting tapas...so why not? It was a Tapas kind of day.
Fortunately all that walking help reduce the calories we were enjoying. Eating your way through Madrid can be hazardous to your waistline!
... that time. It was very very interesting to see how he started originally, how he changed the composition, how he originally wanted to add colours, etc. Really, it was worth seeing this. There were many other pieces by Picasso, Miro, Goya, etc. And lots of contemporary artists' pieces which both Greg and I got inspired by. We spent quite a bit of time there, and finally decided that we should check out Dali as well. ...