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... the beer and a bottle of wine, all for under 50 euros. Based on the entire evening, including our fantastic accommodations, we declare Madrid to be our kind of town.
Renee left early and although we were all excited for a full heaping helping of Madrid, we were also just a little wistful that she was already on her way home.
We planned to get up early for a full day on Friday but we slept in til 830. The Prado opens at 10, so this ...
... it. I debated if I should go back inside where it was safe, or take a risk and venture out. Jonathan advised me to stay, but I saw another bus and I took my chances. The bus ride was about 45 minutes long and once we arrived I got wifi and ventured to the garden. It was beautiful but nothing extraordinary. I took pictures and walked around the Uppsala campus which was very cool. There were cannons everyone and great views of the city. I sat on a bench for awhile and looked out over ...
... me and tamar got dressed up and took the metro to gran
via to attempt to find the roof top bar. After some wandering we found it but
it was closed for a private event. Although we were slightly bummed it ended up
working out perfectly. We got a pitcher of sangria at a on a patio at a fancy
restaurant on Gran Via and enjoyed the lights of Madrid. I felt so much joy
sitting there. Not only did we feel so glamorous but I felt so blessed that we
... he had a sheet of notes and kept talking to us with his back facing us! Very hard to pay to hear what he was saying.
In saying all of this we learnt a bit about Madrid as he told us stories about that royal family almost getting assassinated, we even saw the apartment the bomb detonator stood waiting for the cars to drive past. In the end though only civilians were killed. The King and Queen paid for all the funerals and donated money to the families. During the tour we ...
... 100AUD!!! No one thought twice about the price.
Back home, we are with Diana and Yousef and watched Puss in Boots which we got free at Maccas. I opened my Christmas cards and present from dad (opening mums on the Three Wise Men Day) which was a lovely surprise, a globe for my Thomas Sabo bracelet which was exactly the one I wanted! So happy but I did get homesick reading them although Nat was the only one to cry ...