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... commemorates all of the saints who are in heaven. Along the way back home we ended up seeing a play put on about one of the saints (not sure who as we stumbled upon this play on the street) and we also saw another flamenco performer, this time in the street, before heading back to Madrid.
And today I got the chance to finally see El Rastro, a famous open-market area in La Latina, Madrid. It's common here to bargain for clothing, trinkets and other items ...
... Christians..!!!. Also inside is the final (for the present time anyway) resting place of Christopher Columbus. Read more about that on Wikipedia ..it is an interesting journey. Tonight we were taken to a ranch where they breed bulls specifically for bullfighting. We learnt how they select and breed particular species that are naturally aggressive and prepare them for the bullring. There was a museum there of prize bullfighters and bulls. Early start and off to Granada tomorrow.. ...
... space is covered in tile or decorative moldings and designs. No space is left empty. I hope they chose their decor wisely when it was built, because if they ever got sick of it no throw pillow would be able to help.
Friday night I was given a real treat. Two of Emily's Italian friends made me dinner because I had commented to them that I didn't know how to properly cook pasta. They made pasta carbonera and it was ...
... in the impressive architecture and view from the top of the massive bell-tower and walked around inside the main building to see its beautiful windows and the tomb of Columbus. After this rather rushed visit I picked up my bag from the hostel and went to the bus station for my journey to Lisbon. In line to collect my ticket I met sisters Veronica and Alana, Aussies who were doing a shorter and less rushed trip through Western Europe ...
... I can't wait! Thanksgiving was so
special spending it with my friends from Spanish classes in Madrid, and
now Christmas will be so special spending it with my brother in Munich!
PS I have many photos to post but it takes a while to upload them all (I can only upload one at a time). In the meantime, here is a link to the album on Facebook:
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