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... one our traveler) yelled out "Get out of here" to the pick pocketer and chased him away. That was a close call....what a way to start a trip. On our way back to our hotel we stopped at a Tapas bar and ordered a cheese & cracker platter and beer. Once we arrived back to our hotel we showered and got ready for our welcoming dinner. We ate at a place called "Ginger" the food was okay. I ordered a chicken curry dish and Tom ordered "undercooked tuna". We started the ...
... train ride was around 3 hours, and after catching up with the blog, Sleep ensued. While I was writing I got a great video of Claire sleeping which she says is too good not to show, so the video will be uploaded onto the blog tonight! Make sure you watch it!
When we arrived in Madrid we set off for our hostel. After a quick subway ride we were there. The hostel was beautiful! It is located in a building that ...
... very pretty, but not all that exciting. I did see a chasuble though, that looked almost exactly like Fr. Saguto's white/gold IHS one, which I thought was pretty cool. It's not laid out particularly well, so I'd skip the museum unless you really have no other option to see church instruments.
The church itself is free to enter and is super interesting. It's got that old-Europe large column cathedral architecture, but the ceiling artwork ...
On Fridays, school finishes at 2:30 which is literally the world's best idea! I wish Marist did that. So Alejandra, Belèn, Carlota, Nat and I went to Burger King for lunch, The food was ****** (of course) but it was fun all the same and we ran into heaps of other people from school. Nat's handbrake is playing up, so when we parked- on a hill - we were immediately rolling into the front of the car behind, but we managed to find a flat spot.
... we met up with Isabelle, our Couchsurfing host for Madrid (I would only couchsurf the one time with my mom). She was super gracious and kind but her apartment was super tiny! Not a problem for me to stay with her, but I imagine it might be difficult living in such a small space for a long period of time. We had dinner, and tried to get some sleep, though it was quite hard, since trying to go to sleep at around midnight, it was only 3pm back ...