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Toledo with Tyler and Sarah Felix
We arrived in Madrid - which is a very different city to Barcelona. Our hotel is opposite the Royal Palace and in a great location. We wandered around near the hotel and found a Tapas bar to have dinner. No English again re the menu and we nearly ordered back pudding !! (thanks goes to Mal and his iPhone translator app for saving us from this !!) …
... off the mark, I flipped around and headed back towards my hotel. Once I saw the hotel, I spotted a grocery store kitty corner to my place. In sum, it took me about 45 minutes to walk across the street and buy yogurt. So far, a great start to my travels.
... around trying to find it. Everyone was getting tired and ****** off by this stage. We finally found it but it was full and the line was going to take three hours! So we stood there discussing what to do for a further hour during which there were plenty of tears and tantrums. They tried organising to go to another club but everyone was beyond over it. The only option was several busses home as the trains had finished for the night.
A typical day in Spain is very peaceful. I woke up around ten and had a
light breakfast. After breakfast I relaxed and did a litttle studying
before going out for the afternoon. Today I chose to go to my favorite
local Tapas bar. Tapas are a local food that consists of pieces of
bread, usually a baguette, with some combination of cheese, meat,
vegetables, and sometimes sauce on top. Needless to say it is a very
delicious meal. Choosing to walk and ...