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... we were going to do that night, but knew we had to do something to keep our record going. We ended up hearing about a pub-crawl that meets in Plaza Mayor and is relatively cheap. We decided to check that out. We met in plaza Mayor around 11:00pm and found the pub crawl cost 10 euros. Once we found out what we got 10 euros seemed like nothing. To start they took us to a cool place that was a cross between a bar and small night club. We got a ...
... br> 8 p.m. All-hands meeting for the evening's entertainment. This always included a couple of skits that had been rehearsed earlier in the day, plus a few individual offerings like a reading, a song, a dance, or a stand-up routine.
9: p.m. 3-course dinner (paired with Spaniards)
10: 30 p.m. Dinner never ended before 10:20 p.m. Then it was a question of, should I stay in the lobby and have a cocktail? Sit out on the patio and talk? Stay up and write my ...
June 5, 2014 day 20
Its hard to believe I have been a Madridista for the last 20
days. I think expressing that this has changed my life is an understatement. I
truly feel like I have come back to myself in a way that I didn’t think I ever
could again. Travel is an incredible thing and I am proud that I was able to
find the courage to follow through with an adventure like this and find a way
to trust myself. I think the biggest ...
- Im really going to miss the bread when i get home, Im so used to using it as cutlery and dipping it in my juices and all the other thousand uses for it. I can even drink beer now without wanting to throw up because im used to the bitterness as the bread is coated in it
- everyone just throws English into their Spanish conversation at random times, most commonly "stop", "okay" and swearwords but a lot of other random ones.
- even today, ...
After our short train ride to Madrid we caught a taxi to our hostel. By this stage our bags were extremely full and there was no way we were walking through Madrid with them all!
Our hostel turned out to be one of the Palace, the common area was a beautiful enclosed courtyard with extreme detailed tiles. A little fancy for a hostel!
Once we were settled most of the sunlight was gone. We decided to possibly do the pub crawl the ...