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... tour we all gathered in front of the university and decided
to meet for wine and tapas later on to get to know each other, one boy Catar
decided to make a facebook group so everyone could stay in contact which meant I
needed to reactivate my account. Tamar didn’t want to stay with the group any
futher so we decided to go back to the apartment and venture out to find lunch.
We paid Antonia our rent and she was so adorable. We ...
... security and found myself in the middle of a massive building completely and utterly alone, the only worker was the security guy. 20 minutes later I finally found someone, but the girl had given me the wrong ticket so I went back and pointed to another thing (which was the correct one thankfully)
Once I received the right ticket I caught the elevator up, but I have a massive phobia or glass elevators and going alone in a foreign country I was ...
... stopping to take photographs, sample tapas or enjoy a cold drink in the warm Spanish afternoon. I obviously didn't pay enough attention to the sun, as I ended up a little more lobster-coloured than I wanted. I liked Madrid, a pleasant place to spend a day with lots of open spaces and little corners to explore. We are going to the airport now to catch our flight. 20 hours to Lima. ...
... just talked about, the Spanish really are out there having Tapas and wine and socializing. Anyway, the idea is that you move from one place to another and have a wine or a sherry and have one or two things to eat. You get bread and bread sticks at each place and sometimes olives.
Eduardo took us to five different places and you don't stay more than 20 minutes or so. So, in the span of a couple hours, that is a lot of wine and a lot of food and ...
... br> We spent the afternoon at the Thyssen gallery but only could manage the Chagall exhibition; the gallery is huge and full of wonderful paintings but time is the essence and we felt we could not do the other exhibitions justice.