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Breakfast at Alejandra's was all Swiss as her dad works there and comes here on the weekends so sweet pastry biscuits and the weirdest hot chocolate.
Lunch was different types of spaghetti; carbonara and bolognaise.
Sergis and David's birthday party was tonight so we all got dressed up to go to the disco. Dinner first, at El Molino Madrid with Diana, Lorii her friend, Nat, Santi, Triana, Nando, Fernabdos two ...
... fell in love. The buildings are obviously old but they have been maintained so well and the atmosphere was electric, everyone was happy and friendly and got so excited to meet "alstraya" (me) - they can't pronounce 'Australia'. We walked passed two old palaces which are in the exact middle of the city, passed the bull fighting arena which is literally the prettiest building I've ever seen and the passed the 'doors' of something which was ...
... to walk the whole Camino Frances. What's more, I decided to do it right away, without much thought or planning.
As no other ideas have come to me since, it seems that I am stuck with doing it. I make no promises about updating the blog with much more than where I have been, what I have eaten etc, and I'm not sure as of yet how often I will get the chance to update it, what with the nursing of blisters and eating of tapas taking priority. Ok. Big day tomorrow. Time for bed.
... a bit like a Crema Brulee but with more of a consistency like ice-cream. I chose “Albondigas” which is a portion of meatballs and absolutely love the way the Spanish prepare them. (Eugenio’s mum makes the most awesome albondigas I have ever tasted.) The waiter thought that this was hilarious. In fact he found it so hilarious that when went to the same restaurant later that week, as we walked through the door he pointed at me and shouted “Albondigas!”. Fame at ...
... it is violent the worst part is the fact that this bull has zero idea what is happening. It looks so confused while in the arena.... That night we were all pretty tired because we had been drinking all day. Our final day in Madrid we spent doing museums. First up was the Prado which had many Goyas, velazquezs, and grecos and rembrants. we spent several hours wandering around and resting our feet in audience of the paintings. next was the Reina museum which housed some Dali's ...
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