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... so we said fine, but hadn't picked up all the nuances! We found we were to have the menu del dia - which was a hearty lunch. We realized what we were in for when a tureen of soup arrived! And the nice couple next to us said, don't worry, this is good typical Madrileño food, and so we lay back and enjoyed the whole experience. Soup was good, then we knew what we would get, as we had seen it on other tables - ...
... del Emperador Carlos V, the Atocha Station memorial (a memorial to the 139 victims of the 4 April 2004 terrorist train bombings in Madrid), the Ministarial del Agriculturia building and Casa Arab also known as Escuelas Aguirre. We are now on our way up to Las Ventas which claims to be the world's most famous bull fighting ring. Pudd was keen to see it and we have bought tickets to a bull fight tonight. It should be a real experience. I'm ...
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... It had 4 syllables and was quite foreign. He'd been learning salsa for around 2 years and could speak English quite well so helped to translate bits of the lesson so that I could keep up with what the instructor was saying. I was initially surprised to see so many guys there for the lesson. There was probably around 80 people there with an even split of males to females. But then it occurred to me that we were in Spain where dance is part of their culture. It's cool for guys to dance and ...
... got her an iPhone to keep in touch but she doesn't like the technology. I told her I could relate. There is also a woman who found an orphan kitten in St Jean and has decided to walk the trail with the kitten on a lease (it's so tiny the leash goes around its waist). And last but not least, this guy Axel from France - he is planning to become a monk and is hiking in honor of wounded soldiers. Of all ...