Holiday Inn Madrid
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... that made the aquaduct even more amazing. As I already knew it was built around 1AD, so is over 1000yrs old. What I didn't realise is that there is no mortar used, the huge blocks are just sitting on each other. Also the bit we can see is almost the only part that is seen due to the rest of it being under ground. Mind blowing stuff. Our first part of the tour was lunch. We had just over and hour then had to meet by the cathedral. I wandered up ...
... through our program which we knew we had to do. We all got on the boat and they drove for about 10 minutes to this beach that we had to swim to get to. While the cliff we jumped off of was pretty intimidating the worst part was the freezing, and I mean freezing, water. Easily the coldest I've ever been in. On the ride back to Amalfi it started pouring rain which was quite the bummer considering we still had 3 hours before we were to ...
... was half the fun. Being the youngest by about 10 years our youth was shown in three key areas. 1. A lack of facial hair. 2. A lack of glasses And 3. A massive lack of dance moves. All in all it was great night out We quickly discovered the major flaw in staying out late. Snorers. A total of three made our night hell and now our plans for today have swapped with fridays so no valley of the fallen today! ...
... we were determined to power through and maybe just take a short nap later in the day. We ventured out onto the streets of Centro de Cuidad. Immediately we found a Starbucks. BONUS! A nice way to ease into the coffee culture shock called Espresso only. From there we went down Calle del Arenal and found a little place called Madrid and Tapas. One of the least looking desayuno (breakfast) places. Enjoyed pumcake, which I thought it was a pancake from reading a ...
... the way came with a complementary beer). The city, or what I've seen of it is impressive too. The hippiness extends all the way north, we've been told, into gypsy territory and caves that host communes. And we're staying in the middle of the old town. It's Spain with heavy lashings of moorish architecture, food and culture. Had a really good late kebab. Only walked today. Along the picturesque river, inside a glacial valley. ...