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... photography for the first time, two days only. What great luck! We even had the gall to stop in the main banquet hall, clear the area, and take a few group photos of our tour group in front the table and place settings for 150. We went for an evening stroll through the old town and arrived for our giant feast for a group dinner. We had too many courses to remember, but I know the steak was good. Becca's corner: the ...
... insides) and then returned to the amazing food and drink venue we'd discovered the previous evening - the Mercado de San Miguel - and feasted on an array of tasty treats. We returned via the vibrant streets full of people engaged in enjoyment of the perfectly temperate evening passing through the bustling Plaza Mayor and throbbing Sol. Maybe we need to explore more areas of Madrid but tonight we noted many of the very same things from our previous night rambles through ...
... to see
if John had been by but, again, no luck!
So, I went running back to Alicia and the other two kids. Alicia, in the meantime, had bought all the
kids a pastry to induce a quick sugar high and make our search time
easier. While stuffing Ian full of
chocolate, what to my wondering eyes should appear but a tall American with a
baby on his back on the other side of the street. I left Alicia with the three kids and ran
... it was very interesting to learn at the time. Our guide also took us to a bridge that is apparently the most popular bridge for suicide in Madrid. Rumour has it that the first woman to jump off from it did so because her rich family didn't approve of her marrying a poor man so she would have rather died than lived without him. Unfortunately, her dress was so big she got hooked on a tree branch after she had jumped and sort ...
This morning Bea gave us a tour of Torrelodones including the church that Caolina will receive her First Communion next year. It was a small stone church with cathedral ceilings named "The Assumption of our Lady." In the corner there was a statue of Mary with a crown wearing a head dress fit for a queen. Next to her was Jesus on the cross framed with an ...