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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 tasty- so nice to order a variety of different plates to share.
From here we headed to the bullring – just an outdoor photo shoot – the building is stunning built in 1929. Then it was on to pick up Meredith (Peter and Maria’s daughter). Back to their place for some tea and a rest, but not for long as we had to make our way back to our B&B. Meandered through more plazas and streets with interesting historic buildings. It ...
... end of the house with the doors shut and she didn't stop complaining about the background noise).
Technology is rarely used, the teachers each have a laptop, with Windows XP (2001), but the kids don't have laptops or tablets and there is only one computer room in the whole school - with six computers! Even in math, there aren't any calculators! I swear that would still be better than the bloody touchscreen ones we had!
The learning itself is extremely old ...
... the Spanish do wave but tend to shout “Adios” or “Ciao” more often than “Hola”,
Bizarrely, it actually felt rather rude; it had a sense of “We’re glad to see the back of you!” But that could just be my paranoid tendencies. If you think about it, what the Spanish say actually makes more sense. If you are on a moving vehicle, then unless it is ploughing straight towards someone, you are actually leaving rather than ...