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... stained glass windows. I don't mind this noise, the night shift cleaning the town. It happens in the early hours each night, like a visitation of good elves. I don't really like the sounds of our American neighbours in the next door room. The walls are not just thin, but somehow sounds are amplified in these spaces. I just heard a cough, and it had the clarity and intimacy of someone beside my neck. Worse, I just heard ...
... toilet situation! There seemed to be only one toilet per carriage (there were 2 on the short journey from Porto to Lisbon!) and ours was locked. The guard pointed me to the one in the next carriage, and he found that it was all blocked up with paper, and locked it off too!! So I said, do we have to wait till Madrid, and he just shrugged and walked off! I did find one, several carriages down, near the sleeping compartments, and vowed I would wait till ...
... where we ran into a friend of Malcolm's from Adelaide Di - who was travelling through Spain with her sister-in-law and nephew. It was nice to catch up. Di and her relatives are about to do a small tour of Spain, then she heads off for a cooking school in Sicily, with a week back in London before heading home. I love the sound of the cooking school and would love to go back to San Sebastián to attend one. After the Prado we headed off to the Museo Nacional Centro De Arte ...
... minutes. Alas, another “failure” for the day.
We found the Hop On bus, taking a one hour tour of the alternate route two to see the “newer” part of Madrid. In Madrid, “newer” means built after 1940. We hopped off at the Plaza del Sol and wandered into a new area not yet visited. Susan did some shopping. When she found pants she wanted to try on, she was dispatched upstairs to “fitting rooms” where there was ...
... new plan (electrician perhaps .....?) I opted to go out and get a torch...... In the hallway, which mysteriously did have electricity, I bumped into a guy fiddling about in a small room full of electrical wiring whilst talking animatedly in Spanish on his mobile. Figuring this might have something to do with my problem I hung around and tried to communicate by pointing dramatically at the ceiling lights and then my apartment and various ...