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... in plastic (of course) for us to look at. He also gave us a free glass of wine each from a locked liquor cabinet (must have been the good stuff) and at the end of the evening, gave us each a signed business card. We also found out from the diner next to us ( who spoke some English) that Joaquin had been there 36 years, while the two other waiters had been there 50 and 22 years respectively. It was a great evening - one that we will always remember. ...
... more secluded beach.
Each step I took, I wanted to take another picture of the water and the view. However, I refrained (some of the times) to continue on the path so that the people behind me did not run me over. After all, I was "hiking" on rock. Ducking below and climbing upon.
Once I was done ducking and weaving through the rocks, I started to see the folks on the beach. First set, clothed and enjoying the water. Second ...
Today we planned a day of art. We firstly went to the Museo Nacional Del Prado, as we had booked to see the general collection and the exhibition El Greco & Modern Painting. This was a collection of the great master El Greco's work and the modern painters he inspired. He inspired painters in a number of different movements - Cubism, Impressionist and Surealism - and it was wonderful to see El Greco paintings side by side with Picasso, Jackson Pollock, Cezanne, Marc Chagall, ...
... in the city. We asked about prices for the one or two day pass. The young woman who was helping us finally asked if we were seniors. We said yes and she said the card would not save us money because seniors already get a discount. She added that asking that question was "delicate." We thanked for her help. Tommorow we will start using the two day hop on/hop off bus pass we bought.
The Puerta del Sol (called the "heart of Madrid") was right up the street, so ...
shopping entails- it was very cool. It amazes me how big of a role food plays
in the culture of different countries, when our teacher talks about the
different food from her area she is so passionate and it makes me excited to
try new things and truly taste what its like to be a Madridista. After the
market a few of us went for lunch at “our place” that we have now become
regulars at for sandwiches and cappuccinos. Since ovi and tamar ...