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... streets to roam around and find food. After passing several reasonable choices we allowed our in decisive and hungry selves to be sat by an outgoing waiter at Plaza Mayor... Oops. We ordered a water and three tapas off of a priceless menu... Oops.. For 40 euros. The tapas were ok, but not great and too large for our need in any case. I now know to follow my friend Beth's advice, to order 'menu' meals mid day and cap our night with tapas. If I had listened in ...
... and did a little shopping after our walk and I
made my way home. We have more planned for tomorrow and although planning is
hard and we are still recovering from an epic weekend im enjoying the time we
have being Madridistas. The people, the places, and our new life make me
thankful everyday that I ended up here. It is giving me so much confidence and
happiness to conquer the next chapter of my life. I cannot wait for what else
is in store for us. Welcome to Week 2!
... everything you were looking at was actually
used by former Spanish royalty. Sadly photos weren't allowed and my
rebel side didn't think it would be worth the risk trying to take
pictures because I was so curious to see every room I possibly could.
But google it because it's absolutely beautiful! We saw some other
monuments in Madrid as well and were also introduced to tapas,a
traditional food in Spain. Its generally served as an appetizer type ...
... liner, bronzer, and my eyelashes were put into the claspy thing that makes them go up - oh and they spent ages playing with my hair, which looked no different.
Three classrooms were opened into one and a massive table of food was in the middle (everyone brought something). I thought 'there's no way even half of this will be eaten' but I forgot, I am in Spain and they do love to eat! It was all gone by the end of the day.
From the groups of four ...
... of their heritage. There are a number of good debates that you will find on the internet around this controversial activity, but I soon came to the harsh reality that I was going to be watching the ritual slaughter of six animals for sheer entertainment.
And indeed it was. I found the whole experience a bit disturbing and it was a “first time, last time” occasion for me. The atmosphere created by rolling drums, the hoot of ...