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... small chocolatería where we have our churros and dipping chocky. As we sit we start to organise our last day in Madrid. Sunday is bullfight day and market day, so the day is planned, see you in the morning.
What a night! One of those which will stay with us for a very long time.
Mick and Dimi got lost this evening going back to their apartment, we got back to ours 20minutes before them and they only had a 300metre walk… ours was nearly 2km.
I thought it was ...
It started off with a shaky start - trying to navigate Madrid traffic during rush hour, but we left with a bitter sweet feeling; we were sad to leave but had so much more advenutring to do. Of all the unique and amazing places we saw in Spain (including Madrid, Granada, Cartagena, Valencia and Barcelona), Valencia was a standout. We saw crazy nightlife ...
... of the Wind, it made reference to Madrid being the power in which they had to struggle with in order to obtain permission for grandiose events such as the World Exhibition in Barcelona, and it makes its wealth known to the masses.
As we continued our journey through the city of Madrid on foot in the cold and rain, we came to a plaza where there were shops and street performers, as well as the most infamous known place for tourists to become victims of ...
... history classes taught from a Spanish point of view, and I think it's fascinating. Plus I really like the professor, who has agreed to supervise my independent study. Now, all I need is Stanford's Music Department to approve of it as well...
Anyway, I then headed to the secret garden/backyard of the Institute to chill out with Max and Julia for a bit. We decided to go do some homework at a café ...
... I think this beats the full door on the Vline).
I don't know why but I had so much energy (maybe because I knew it's my last party) everyone thought I was drunk, Nat was a bit embarrassed to tell them that I wasn't ! We went to Treka to meet with everyone (after walking around lost for 20 minutes). An hour later the decided to go to the bar, the two who knew where it was were drunk and had no orientation so it was a further hour whilst ...