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... much more prepared and largely successful ordering, partially because they also offer an English menu we were unaware of on Day 1. The grilled salmon was very good and our body thanked us for not filling it with more ham. The homemade ice cream was also very good (again) - Monica has been thinking about it since we ate there the first day. We finally ventured back out to the Plaza Mayor/Puerta del Sol area ...
... with kids playgrounds and long walkways, but then I came to the main lake and an amazing monument built on the side of the lake. Apart from an odd looking bunch of people doing tai-chi exercise, and a small film crew shooting a woman in a french maid outfit dusting a statue of a lion, I had the place to myself. It was really cold though and I had to just keep walking to keep warm. It was a lovely surprise to wonder off away from the cultivated garden areas down a ...
1. I'm becoming a little too adventurous. Coming back from somewhere I was sitting in the metro thinking about what to do when I got back home and I totally missed my stop. My stop is Atocha and instead I got off at Atocha Renfe. I figured even if I got off there I would still be able to find my way back since Atocah Renfe is the name of the train station I use to go to Carlos III. It was nearing midnight so it might not ...
... Apart from that we really didn't get anything done apart from some
Can't even think what we did today.
Went to the food market in the morning and everything looked great
but it was super, super busy. Ended up opting to eat at a nearby
place and got a pretty decent menu del dia. Walked around for a bit
and then Steph wanted to go to the Mango outlet mall, so I went and
got my hair cut ...
... over the border in the south of France. From there I will set off on the 780km walk back over the Pyrenees and across the north of Spain to Santiago de Compostela. This should take around 30 days. Good job then that as of last Friday my contract finished at work and I am now unemployed. With no pressing engagements holding me back, who knows what will happen and who I will meet on the way. Wish me luck!
A little background info: I first heard about the Camino de Santiago a few ...