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... of cold water.
Back in Madrid we dropped into a Museo del Jamon that Sam had recommended and had a plate of ham and manchego and bread. On the way back to the Hostal we dropped into a place a couple of doors up, Casa Mira, Turrones-Mazapanes, and bought some mazapane to eat in our room. Yummy. We noticed that this place claimed to be over 100 years old and sure enough outside the door was a brass plate on the pavement confirming ...
... The entire city was made up of small streets, building right on top of each other, churches, sword shops and mazapan.
We visited the main cathedral in the city which was beautiful and absolutely enormous. We also visited an old Mosque and a church that has one of the most famous paintings by El Greco. After this we pretty much just walked around experiencing the city. We went in ...
... a couple hours in the afternoon.
We came back to Alicia’s flat and Rodrigo headed off to work. He got a job for the night in Madrid, so he had to go quite early and he’ll spend the night in Madrid instead of coming all the way back to Toledo at 3am. Alicia and I headed into the forrest to celebrate her friend Eugenio’s birthday. A couple of friends came to meet us, Jesus and Ana, and the five of us sat at ...
... 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 ...
An hour south of Madrid brought us to this remarkable city. The rabbit-warren of tiny streets in the old town defeated the Mini's GPS and we parked and walked. Madrid is suffering from a two-week strike by municipal rubbish cleaners - that explains the mess. The city has outsourced the work and the private company is cutting wages and ...