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Had a lovely evening in the center of Madrid viewing all the Christmas lights. In Plaza Mayor there is a fantastic Nativity scene all hand made. This was followed by a nice meal and a few Vinos in a restaurant called Venta el Buscon. It specializes in huge steaks, too much for us so we had the prawns. Woke up to a sunny but cold Madrid. Left the …
I was here for a week with the cast of D32, and for an extra week after everyone was sent home with my parents. With this being the last week of our tour, everyone was pretty exciting to be going home soon. Lennea and I did as we usually do, and headed out as early as possible after arriving at 4am from a long bus ride. The first day off we decided …
... out for two hours and came back having bought her car. No problem. But when Diana found out, oh my god hell broke lose! She was so jealous and so angry for seemingly no reason, she was screaming and crying - in front of her friends - whilst Nat was laughing so hard she was crying! After ten minutes of this (whilst I was trying to talk to mum on the phone) she grabbed her bag and stormed out the door to go car shopping. Nat’s new car is a lot prettier and ...
... the Museo Prado today, as it’s one of the most significant art Museums in Europe and I was interested to see how it compared to the Louvre. I bought a ticket for the red Hop On / Hop Off Bus, which took me right to the front door. As I was going down the stairs to the Museum, a woman tried to sell me a Map, but I made it quite clear to her that I didn’t need any more maps! She started with the line, “do you speak English”, ...
... reminded me of going into the Roebourne Race Course, we were in the desert. **** scattered everywhere people camped out drinking under olive trees. It took over an hour to get there by train and bus, and we were so far from the city you could no longer see it. The venue was very spread out and big so no queues for toilets, food or drinks. I was very impressed with how it was set up, nothing like the festivals in Oz! The RHCP were amazing and we were ...