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... couple finished and left. Once we had ordered and got our food and wine, we never saw the waiter again and in the end we had to go and seek him out (looking at his computer, of course) to pay the bill. To add insult to injury, As we were leaving, he gave us a brochure and asked us to rate his restaurant on Trip Advisor. I nearly choked and as soon as I had the chance, deposited the brochure in the first trash can I saw, and then ...
... round there for a bit we had some time to wander down back to the bus. I managed to wander into a shop where I found a very cool handbag-oops. After refilling the water bottle, I crept down the hill to the bus. We left Toledo at 5.30. It was a long haul home. We didn't get back until 9pm. Michelle and I shared a taxi home. The first thing I did was have a shower as I was so stinking hot. When Marisol came home, I gave her my gifts, she loved the placemats that mum ...
... such as swords- which they are famous for.
We made it back to the buses after some trouble getting back down the hill when
we were done. The bus ride home was about 45 mins and we took the metro all the
way back to our side of Madrid. I even experienced riding the metro by myself
since John and Cater had to get off before me. Although I got slightly lost
when I got off at the wrong stop and started going in the wrong direction, it
all worked out and it required me to ...
... We wandered, not knowing exactly where we were for a while, in a great beautiful place, on a warm night, in the safest-feeling place with lots of folk wandering about. We eventually found our way to a recognisable street and then to El Embrujo.
The place was packed. We spent a while by a wall with a beer and tapas, then the people in front of us left and we had two stools at the centre of the bar. An hour or so there in the ...
... the end product would be moved to a lesser location, the purchaser not pleased with it. Other attractions included the San Tomé church, which contains the most famous El Greco painting (which I didn't like at all), the Mosque (the oldest building) and the free Santa Cruz museum. And of course as per usual, I climbed up the tower of the Church of the Jesuits to get panoramic views of the city. Overall I was underwhelmed ...