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... but we were definitely done...we were all queasy by the time we left, but it was so much fun!!!
We had wanted to see a bullfight, or at least we think we would but unfortunately, or luckily, there wasn't one scheduled while we were here. We still had to go see the arena which was absolutely beautiful. Although it is a Spanish tradition, I really don't think we could have watched an entire bullfight. We'll never know though!
... jamón legs can be seen hanging in every restaurant's main window. According to our guide book, jamón is strictly a Madrid delicacy and not as popular in the rest of Spain. The Spanish also eat later than we do, with lunch from 1pm to 4pm and dinner from 8pm to midnight. The hardest challenge for us was finding somewhere to eat when we were hungry. The first night after we had finished sight seeing, we rested at the hotel until it was time for dinner ...
... 11:00; naturally, we didn't make it). So, on our own, about 11:30, we headed out
into our heavily-residential neighborhood to explore and find some lunch. There weren't many places from which to
choose, and NONE of the area was geared toward tourists (which we DIDN'T
mind). So, after a few blocks, we
settled for a pizzeria with an outdoor dining area. Many locals were there for their lunch hour,
and we settled ...
... I still can't bring myself to use one every time out of a combination of my sense of pride and just getting weirded out by the whole concept, but so far I've treated myself to it a couple times. I think the closest feeling I can liken it to is when you're 11 years old and you see those tribal pictures in National Geographic and you're kinda horrified with yourself for looking at their boobs, but while you're arguing in your head over whether ...
... The machine continued, "See how everything lines up? Jesus, the table, the dark room with the future painting, the architecture in the background?" OK. That is a whole different ball game I thought.
Then a very long stare......... yearning to do it justice.
Drinking in the sweetness of his care. A small, kind bow in Tintoretto's direction and time to move on.