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... the "right" team! We also found an awesome family run restaurant not far from the camp site that we ended up going to for dinner both nights cause it was so good. The old guy the we assumed owns it even gave us free liquor and made Sangria from scratch for me (it was the best I've had in Spain!). Our last "major" stop in Spain was Granada. It was the last city to be recaptured by the Spanish Catholics and it took them 200 years after the take over of Malaga before ...
... many diseases... now we have super bugs),
- the people of Madrid are called sneaky cats since they are naturally inquisitive and apparently sneaky...
- there is a convent in Madrid that has nuns that never leave the convent but sell cookies on a table within the building (like an honesty box situation)- sadly they had run out of cookies the day we went!
- the palace which was unfortunately shut for ...
... bars that cater to late-night clientele on a nightly basis. It is customary to eat dinner late here, every night of the week, so we stopped in for a quick bite a couple of blocks from the apartment, pretty much in the center of the city. The following day I got an unprecedented walking tour of the city, complete with history lessons from Pedro. Madrid has many well-kept parks and maintains the heritage of old-world European architecture with its narrow alleys ...
... I mean, the chicken was very cartilage-y and everything else was pretty bland, but I enjoyed my side salad and the dessert was decent as well. However, I don’t have much to compare to in terms of Airplane food, usually all I get are some peanuts. This flight is pretty different from what I’m used to in a lot of respects though. In my handful of trips back and forth from school, I became pretty accustomed to a small plane with one aisle and two ...
... progress or styles change and how differently they used color and details with each type of painting. It was really interesting to learn about. I also found it interesting that the Prado allows some artists to come in and paint copies of these paintings. We saw on many occasions, artists with their easel and canvas in front of a painting and they were making a replica. The only requirement for them was that they couldn't use the same size canvas as the original and they couldn't ...
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