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... we were on our way...... leaving behind a city yet to be really explored. Segovia is busy in a laid back kind of way and the streets totally unpredictable (this added to the chaotic charm) but the outskirts are growing to become pretty streets and, like a lot of Spain that i have seen so far, very clean!
I found that the lovely Segovia was vying for top position with Avila!
And so onto the thriving city of Madrid where nothing closes before 10pm and the streets are full ...
... on the first day. When we finished it was 2:12PM. Similar to the first day we went to a food vendor and bought a random dish. It was similar to an empanada back in the states. We also bought ourselves more gazpacho for dinner. Overall both the meals cost us 40 euros altogether. We ate the "empandas" in the park and took the gazpacho back to the hotel. We also brought ...
... couple pushed in front of me. Then I was really annoyed. I spent so much time waiting for the first couple, another number had been called to my counter. As I had the lower number and a rather annoyed expression, I did get served first. I did feel a little guilty for pushing an old couple out of the way, but dammit, they could see me waiting there to and pushed in front of me too. Old age doesn't get you everything cute old Spanish couple. After that little altercation I made my way ...
... water fountain featuring a lion drawn carriage. There is a pretty sizeable protest taking place outside the Palace about 200 metres from us. I'm hoping they come up our street so I can see what they are protesting about. ... It's now 4.07 pm and we have been walking non-stop. We are seated at a outdoor bar now and I have ordered pinchos. They have just been brought to the table and they absolutely delicious so this is going to have to ...
July 23, 2014 - Madrid
We awakened refreshed and hit the streets of Madrid at 10:00 AM, stopping for coffee and pastry at the Puerta del Sol plaza. Hopped on the City Tour bus for a ride to the Jardin Botanico (Botanical Garden). The Royal Botanical Gardens was established by King Charles III in 1781. His vision forthe garden was that it would become an important center for research and thestudy of plant life, preservation of species, and of the spreading ...