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... on the first day. When we finished it was 2:12PM. Similar to the first day we went to a food vendor and bought a random dish. It was similar to an empanada back in the states. We also bought ourselves more gazpacho for dinner. Overall both the meals cost us 40 euros altogether. We ate the "empandas" in the park and took the gazpacho back to the hotel. We also brought ...
... back up the Gran Via. By now it was the time of the passeggiata and we walked with the many people, watching the passing parade. We had another tapas stop, and decided this is the way to go - grazing as we feel the urge! The Puerta del Sol of course was alive with people, and many buskers, jugglers, entertainers.... Yesterday we had seen the Mercado de San Miguel which was an eating market with many tapas, wine stalls, as well as fruit ...
Today we fly from Madrid to Melbourne via Doha. We have had a fantastic holiday in Spain and loved every experience of this trip - people, culture, history and amazing food. There will be a piece of us that stays in Spain ( the love locks in San Sebastián) and we take home with us some wonderful ...
... time to meet my homestay momma. Everybody seemed to have roommates at their homestay house. I had no memory of not requesting a roommate and thus I felt a little lonely. The taxi ride to the house was absolutely fabulous. We passed through the center of Madrid where Banco de Espaņa, Fuente de Neptuno, Cuartel Gral del Ejercito, and ElCongreso de los Diputados were located. The area where the house is located is near ...
... the time was a new idea. The school also hosted international debates where the worlds most brilliant minds would meet. Albert Einstein, for example spent time here. Today, the Residencia is a cultural center that still hosts international expositions on various scholarly topics.
Friday was an institution trip to the Monastery of San Lorenzo (El Escorial). This building is an old palace that today represents the splendor of the old Spanish monarchy. I ...