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... br> We later learned that my efforts to get accommodation in an atmospheric and non touristy part of town had been highly successful and had landed us right above Hotel Maria. .. bar, tapas, party central!
Hmmmm, i like street revelry in foreign counties more than most but this was a bit over the top with many of the down stairs patrons downstairs also seeming to be hostel guests.
On reflection it was pretty funny, Hotel Maria closed at 6am for ...
... very young children in uniforms were seated on the floor around the work- they were extremely engaged listening to their guide who obviously really loves talking to children about art. Surrealism is probably an easier concept for children to "get" - the realm of magical thinking via cartoons all the time. Picasso is always a favorite of mine but I learned a lot about cubism and what these painters were trying to change. Juan Gris is a new favorite. The museum ...
... locals - and, guess who our waiter was - Joaquin. His English was about as good as our Spanish, but Judy plucked up courage and asked if he was Joaquin. "Si" was his answer, and then she said that he was very famous because he had been mentioned in a NY times restaurant review and Trip Advisor". He immediately broke into a big broad smile and said "Si, ahhhh - trip advisor". From then on he was our best friend and produced a copy of the NY Times ...
... are pretty easy and I checked on costs, station locations and printed the route before I left. I know how to pack light. I know how to store things to thwart pickpockets. I know what kind of adaptor I need to charge my electronic devices. But still, there was that nagging feeling.
There had been a fraudulent charge on my usual travel credit card two days before I left, so it was cancelled and I haven't received the new card yet. At DFW I ...
Hasta Luego Madrid. Something
about this country makes me want to become more of a writer. Not quite like Michener,
sharing ALL my memories and favorite foods. But there’s something about this city. If
you are lucky enough to have lived in Madrid as a young woman, then wherever
you go for the rest of your life, it stays with you, for Madrid is a moveable
feast. It’s just that I made my