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... off for some caches along the airport air strip so we could also watch the planes taking off.
Dane has been making a habit of running ahead & hiding (somewhere obvious usually as I'm not really known for my navigation ability) while I finish writing in the log book & so far I've been able to find him. But today I came out of the track with a choice of a few different paths & had to resort to an 'I've lost you' ...
... is great. I would recommend going with a lot of friends so you can all
share different tapas with one another.
En El Tigre las comidas
son muy deliciosa. Es el mejor lugar para tapas en madrid porque la
comida es muy barato y muy buena. Con muchas persones tu puedes probar
todos tapas en el resaurante. Es mi lagare favorito para comer en
Madrid, pero hay muchos restaurantes yo ya no he probe. Esta fin de
semana yo quiero probar mas resaurantes.
It's 9.45am (zero degrees) and we're on our way to Madrid! Grey skies, mountains and snow on our left and blue sky, sun and grassy plains on our right!!
We had a great day yesterday: in the morning we had a quick walk around Haro so at least we could say that we had (lovely town and right in the heart of Spain's wine region) and then we jumped in the car for a 3 hr trip to Segovia to see the Roman aqueduct and the castle ...
... expansive like that. Needless to say we didnt drink at that bar. It was fun to dance there though.
On Saturday, it was the three of us for the day until Alina came to join us in the evening. It was nice not to have too much of a plan. That way we could just walk and see what we saw. There were a few things we wanted to see for sure but besides that we just wandered. Kristens friend Jorge met up with us a one point as well.
We started by just ...
... in the world – apparently it’s bigger than St Peter’s Basilica. It is nowhere near as impressive, though! A highlight was the tomb of Christopher Columbus. There was also a tower to climb up (though it was all ramps, which was nice!), so I got some good views of the city. There is an area called Place Espagna, which is where Star Wars was filmed, and I tried to find it, but failed. Apparently it is very pretty, though. Next time! For dinner, my friends and I went to ...