Confortel Suites Madrid
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... go a little out of order in this blog, since I realized I forgot to add a few important events that I didn't write about.
I've been attending all of my classes so far (yes, I actually do "study" abroad!) and have really been enjoying them. This Wednesday marked a big milestone in my Visual Arts class, because it was the last day we were going to the Prado Museum. The way this Visual Arts class works is on Mondays we have class at the Institute, and discuss ...
... open the doors from the outside. Tick, tick, tick, only 3 minutes! That wait was agonizing. But the doors finally opened and we bolted to Track 19 and jumped on the train, out of breath, but with 30 seconds to spare. Hooray!
Our next hurdle of the day was to get our packs checked to Madrid, instead of our original destination, Santiago. Long story, but we did it! Staying in Madrid tonight will significantly shorten our travel times ...
... to see here but it's like picking the worst of the best so she wouldn't miss anything too. We had lunch in Plaza Mayor which is a gigantic square that could originally hold 50,000 people. It's since majorly a tourist attraction with buskers and gypsies hustling visitors. Our fixed price 11 euro lunch of appetizer, entree dessert and drink was fine enough (mine was actually really good) and we enjoyed taking our time and relaxing at the table over the leisurely lunch. Afterwards ...
... for the almost 80° sun. The first pharmacy we went to it was €30 or more for a bottle of sunscreen and Dan thought we'd have better luck at a department store around the corner. When walking to the department store you could've been at Macy's or any other department store in the US with all the same makeup counters and sunglasses brands but then resembled Harrods downstairs with the groceries and food hall. The sunscreen situation wasn't much better ...