Hotel Monte Real
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... Stetson to go museum hopping. Lexi hadn't seen a single museum in Madrid this entire semester, and I had to fix that. We started off at the anthropology museum, which I hadn't seen either, but enjoyed a lot. They had three different floors: Asia, Africa, and the Americas, in order to contrast the differences in the development of cultures. We continued over to the Reina Sofía museum, and I took her to the floor with Dali and Picasso so ...
... unfortunately I did not bring my camera along. Anyway, picture legs of all kinds of meat wrapped in various coloured materials hanging from every nook and cranny from ceiling to floor and you have some idea of what it was like. A Canadian guy in our group got some of the premium meat that sets you back quite a bit of dosh if you want a kilogram.
The tapas tour finished in style in an Asturian style bar that specialised in Asturian ...
... much in pain, but it was nice to see her trying. After that we talked a little but than the phone rang and Kea and I left because we weren't sure if it was Raquel calling and we didn't want it to be awkward. After that, we got ready to go out because we were going to a club/bar around here, and everyone is going. It was fun to be with all my friends, but one of them got a little too drunk, ...
... activity and making of new friends and then intense loneliness. Moments of total freedom and vagabond traveling and then hours in the library struggling through a problem set on my own. Maintaining contact with people back in Rice is difficult not because of the time difference and lack of communication methods but because of the lack of things to tell. Most times when people ask me "How is Madrid?" I am stumped as to how to answer. There are so ...
... the town. -side note: while on my way back to my flat i saw a frozen yogurt place that reminded me of my favorite in the whole wide world, Pinkberry. This place was called llaollao, pronounced as Yau yau... weird i know. Dang it was soooooo good. A little piece of heaven! Ok now back to my night. I went to a market called San Miguel. On the way to the Market i passed so many street performers. At the Market there were so many different foods and wines.. I had died ...