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... br> Our train back to Madrid wasn’t until 6:30 PM, so we decided to make a late lunch into an early dinner. Craving freshly prepared food, vegetables, and salad, we tracked down a recommended vegetarian restaurant, Madre Tierra (Mother Earth), and snuck in just before closing. It was one of the best meals we had our entire time in Spain.
Made it back to Madrid and the Puerta del Sol ...
... main intersection, there are signs written on the street in front of the crosswalk telling you which way to look. We thought it was a great idea! When passing people on the street we would try to stay to the left (opposite of what we're used to) but surprisingly, a lot of the people walk on the same sides as we do. Maybe it's because of how many tourists they have.
Again, amazing time and we were not ready to go back home. Only two days till our next ...
... peace and quiet, but in Toledo it was absolutely silent sometimes and it felt incredibly peaceful.
When I got to Toledo it was getting pretty late, Kirin and her friend from an exchange program at her university showed me a little around the city and then we went out to a bar and club where I met others in her program. I booked a hostel online that unfortunately wasn't the most spacious, nor accommodating place, but I did meet a girl there from New Zealand who ...
... I hate to sweat; yet, how I do it well! Even though we were walking the glorious streets of a city designated by UNESCO as a "World Heritage Site," I was hot and didn't really love my visit this time to Toledo. The kids, on the other hand, had a fabulous day and wanted to stay longer. We decided to catch the 11am bus from Madrid to Toledo. The plan was to arrive, have lunch, visit all the beautiful sites, let the kids choose ...
... in a piney way. Here and there, just like in the Scots pine forest, are old ‘mother’ trees with young trees growing up all around them. Birds were singing everywhere in the more sheltered parts, but were hard to find. We did see Redstart, Serin, Crested Tit, Nuthatch, Golden Oriel, and soaring very high above, a pair of eagles.
Sunday 18th May
Moving down to Toledo today, we left ...