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... later my phone was half charged and I decided to head back towards the Atocha Station to find a hostel close. I stayed at Hostal Mediodia. I started to unpack and go through my things, condense into one bag and I discovered a few missing things. I am not going to list out everything because the amount is humiliating and distressing. This is a problem I have known about for a few years. I am clumsy and I am forgiving myself for it. ...
... We tried the suggested Spanish version of a doughnut but found them very dry and tasteless. Then it was off on the walk past more notable buildings. One was the oldest building in Madrid still with its original door. Another door led to a nunnery where nuns prepare specials cakes and biscuits but they were closed today. Another shop mentioned on the walk is famous for its calamari rolls. We returned here later for lunch just to try them. Calamari was yummy but a bit of ...
... instead of improvised but wow was I impressed! Friday night I learned a very important lesson. Rachel (there's two this semester; this ones a sophomore), Jess, and myself met up so I could take them over to San Gines, a famous churro and chocolate locale in Madrid. I made the grievous error of finishing the rest of the chocolate at 11/12 at night, because it took FOREVER for me to fall asleep. Yesterday was pretty rough, to say the ...
... where every window had shutters. The 16th century buildings aren't as ornate as the French. I actually prefer a bit less ornamentation - not really into tizz! Quite a few buildings are brick which you virtually never saw in France. The weather has been great again (for us not necessarily for the country or the planet). One thing we really noticed in France was that the people we stayed with at least were all really concerned about climate change ...
... classic works of Rueben.
The temporary exhibit was most interesting as it featured the works of the old Spanish master El Greco and emphasized his influence on every great artist to follow including modern artists including Pablo Picasso. Considering he lived over 500 years ago, that is quite the impact.
We picked up our “Prado Guide” which we purchased with our entrance tickets. OMG we just added two pounds to our travel luggage. ...