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... there are a lot of sculptures of Spanish people which are all works of art, all interesting in their own right and just, well, relaxing. They also provide a cooling feel to the city. As it is landlocked, it needs the gardens to provide the respite from the heat. There are a few fountains scattered throughout the gardens, adding the sounds of water to the ambience of the whole area. And tourists. We passed a group of Australian tourists, talking about how they ...
... we'd get. It seems this is merely a roll with whatever filling one asks for - we'd selected pig (expecting and finally recieving ham).
But as we ate and drank, it seems the somewhat distant interaction we'd thought was directed to us was merely replicated to all his customers. He didn't so much place a plate in front of a customer but almost tossed it in their direction. And did the same with drinks (albeit a little more carefully - but only just!). Oh well - it seemed ...
... stumble over my words in whatever language I'm speaking.
8. I sprint to the wrong platform.
9. I realized I screwed up, and sprint to the right one.
10. I get on the train 30 seconds before the doors close, and fist pump in success. Sometimes I throw up from excitement. Not really. But almost.
So after steps #1-10, I sat in my seat, happy that I've finally got the hang of traveling and finding my way. Funny how ...
Friday April 18 Madrid
Up early today...it feels weird! Not in a good way either. Diane and I barely slept with all the noise and singing going on at all hours. There was street noise but also boys singing just outside at about 4:00am...in addition to another procession at about midnight.
We missed the bus at Praza de Galicia by about 15 seconds, so walked to the train station to catch a bus from there. We only waited about one minute. ...
... it's what you think it is - usually delicious and even better with a glass of red! The coffee is good and usually costs less than 2 euros which isn't bad.
So, we have walked and walked and wondered the streets and have seen, what I think is a lot of this city. Ready to move on now travelling south, where I am hoping the weather will be a little warmer - bit fresh here!