Ibis Madrid Fuenlabrada
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... we met as a group, including our new member Aurora, from Galesville, WI. GO figure!, to go to Prado Museum. It was a pretty walk over and not too far. The tour was interesting and informative, but she scooted us through the museum quickly. I was ok with that because I do not overly enjoy museums, but it would have been nice to stop at a few more. We had the option after the tour to go back into the museum, but we all opted to continue on with our day. We did ...
... number includes 88 children and 78 women who were not just injured, but killed. This weekly death toll is in addition to the estimated 70,000 deaths already accumulated in this violent civil war.
Or what about the 33 dead and 200+ injured Iraqis in yesterday's Baghdad bombing? You probably didn't hear about that. To be honest, neither did I until today. But doesn't it seem a little strange that the media doesn't deem these ...
... before wandering towards the Plaza Mayor.
Apparently the Plaza Mayor dates from the 1600s... but you would never know it. We thought that maybe all the squonk buildings had been built over the top of, but it seems that they had suffered enormous fires so the entire square was redesigned and rebuilt in about 1790.
A cobbled square with a large statue of Phillip III on horseback in the middle, it has the usual collection of ill assorted ...
... didn't seem as long as when we left Friday night. The trains were more frequent and there weren't as many people either.
Three line transfers later I was back at Lavapies where my host family lives. When I got home it was just my host mom, Manuela, who was there. The other two girls had already left the house. I immediately unpacked all my belongings from the weekend. I talked with my host mom about my trip and our last week here.
... in the Spanish Civil War. It is now a military museum and military facility.
With full tummies, a warm bus, and jet lag, we slept on the ride back to Madrid.
Now for today’s rundown on food: We skipped breakfast and waited until lunch at a small restaurant right outside of the old city of Toledo. There was one waiter who spoke the least bit of English and explained some of the menu items to us. My mom got lamb, my ...
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