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... and getting onto the metro for the 25 minute ride out to Gexto. Gexto is part of the wider Bilabo area but a town in its own right even though there's no gap between them. We had about a 5 minute walk off the subway with the only point of interest being the built in street escalators going up the hill! We were downhill from the station but took note for future reference.
Arriving at Betty's AirBnB was a very different experience. She didn't speak one word of ...
... Australia and Germany out on long holidays...they were all so open and friendly. I said my goodbyes to all and my farewell to Ambrose because he was leaving for Home the next day to Switzerland.
The next day I went to the Reina Sophia museum alone, Daniella was going to the Palace instead, so we said he'd meet later in that day for dinner. Since we were ready at same time we ate 'breakfast' at the Musee de Jamon...a popular diner that serves you at the ...
... joking), we joined Andrea and some more friends for a dinner in a restaurant with a beautiful view. The dinner was good until the bill arrived to everyone's surprise 45€ per person. Easily the most expensive meal I have had to pay for. At around 1am , we made our way to the party and it was unbelievable. I have never seen a street party with so many people. Definitely one of the highlights of the trip. The night ended about 6 am with some unbelievable ...
... from Maria, so we made it through. There is a Roman aqueduct in Segovia, and also a castle with an amazing view. Check out Facebook for pictures.
Yesterday was a relaxed day. One of my roommates got up early and did laundry for us, and I spent part of the day cleaning. Madrid has three amazing art museums; El Prado, Queen Sofia, and the Thyssen-Bornemisza. We went to the Thyssen yesterday, and ...
... words you'll just have to see the pictures). While at the monastery we spent roughly $10 to have a 3 course meal and a liter of beer (gotta love that exchange rate in Eastern Europe). After further exploring of the monastery and the surrounding area we were driven back to the hostel where we had dinner and went out for the night. The next day we went on a walking tour through the city seeing what Sofia had to offer before heading to bed early to wake up at 6 ...