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... Colmenar Viejo and his
parents were married in the town’s gothic basilica.
As if our day wasn’t carnivorous enough already, on getting
back to Madrid Jesus and Mariangeles invited me to have dinner with them in
their apartment in the Salamanca neighborhood, a dinner of what I’d call cold
cuts but Spaniards call Embutidos, fine cuts of Jamon de Bellota, Lomo de
Cerdo, Manchego Cheese, and Chorizo with bread and champagne.
... that we toured through were very beautiful and well maintained. The gun collection was equally amazing and probably the envy of many gun collectors. The palace is still used for state functions today, but the current royal family has some other "digs" nearby that they live in while in town.
On the way back to the B&B, we stopped in at the Mercado de San Miguel, a busy market with with a huge selection of tapas and drinks. It was around ...
Earlier this week I told a friend something to the effect of, "I think I've got this European travel thing down." Somewhere in the back of my head was a nagging feeling that I'm taking too much for granted -- been there, done that. I've been to 11 foreign countries. I know to change into socks for a more comfortable flight and to keep a toothbrush handy so I can have a "going to bed" routine when they turn the plane's cabin lights off. I know the ...
We woke up as early as we could today and took advantage of the free breakfast (I even used some of the cheese to supplement my leftovers sandwich to take for lunch). We met the Slovenians after checking out and embarked on a journey to the aquarium. They were both really nice and told us many interesting things about living in Slovenia (arguably the most advanced and recovered of the post-Yugoslav ...
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