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We left Málaga this morning and took the high speed train to Madrid. The only seats available were first class which were much better. We walked around the Manasaña neighborhood and got lunch at a Greek tapas restaurant called Dionisos, then went to Parque del Retiro to read, and Kelly and mike went running. For dinner we went to Le Petrón, a French/Spanish ...
... off for the main old town area, around 10 minutes on the train. It was so lovely....with the architecture and all the old buildings and tapas bars. We wandered around for a while wanting to have some tapas but not being too sure about the process (we'd heard how you sit, stand, do this, do that?? LOL). Finally I saw across the road some massive stuffed bulls heads on the restaurant wall, so we walked across the road to have a look. I was ...
... himself feel important and annoying everyone else. After we passed that jam we turned a few more corners with him again on the horn constantly to be confronted with a road block because of a protest. This certainly did help his bad temper. I felt we did a full circle - while he was darting in and out if traffic, talking on his phone and signalling in frustration at other drivers. His seat belt didn't go on until we were near police. Once we got onto the highway it ...
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We arrived around 10 am Madrid time - 7 hours ahead. We went through and got our passports stamped and then got our luggage. We found the spot we were to meet ...
whom we are slowly getting to know better and are enjoying more fluid
conversation with. I have a feeling we
will be calling her Abuela (grandma) in no time. Today my expectations were surpassed
on many levels and im trying to keep an open mind when trying new things and
meeting new people. We are settling into a routine of Madrid life which makes
living here so much more of a reality. Tenga Buen Dia!