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Sometimes in life, it is a nice change of pace to step out from behind the camera lens and just be. Just soak in your surroundings and appreciate the moment, or in my case, moments on this long weekend spent in Madrid.
So for this entry, I'll be brief and let a quote I stumbled upon at an American Impressionism exhibit speak for me - "My …
Travelled from Valencia to Madrid on 28/8 by very fast train - see photo registering 300 kph!! Again, a great hotel right in the centre of the city. Did a myths and legends tour first night here - the skyline is stunning at sunset and it was fun to hear the "real stories" of Madrid! Yesterday we did a walking tour designed by Kizz - we caught the …
... and the view was great. I didn't realize that there were snowcapped mountains VERY close by until I got up there.
Got some good pictures and came down another way, down by the river at the base of the Alhambra. It's very pretty and scenic down there. There was some kind of big church picnic going on at one of the local churches which was neat to see. Got back to the hostel around 5:15 or so and sure enough, the laundry that I had put out ...
... woman got on to see how many seats were spare so we luckily got on! Had to sit apart by randoms but we were thankful to get on! It took five hours but went pretty fast.
Arrived in Pamplona, was hungry so decided to try KFC before we headed off to find our way to the camp site. Went out to the taxis, was just getting our language book out and the address when another Aussie guy came up and asked if we were heading to the campground and if we ...
... We had to add an extra layer of clothes - four just wasn't enough for me and a few times I was tempted to mug a local and pinch their very warm-looking doona-type coats.
We passed blocks of beautiful old buildings, many containing bars and small restaurants, admiring the beautiful architecture of Plaza Mayor, although it was not a place to loiter on a day like today. Our walk took us to the Royal Palace and the Museo del Prado, Spain's national art museum. ...