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Travel Blogs from Madrid
... of monies found: 8.05 soles, 5 cents American, 10 cents Bolivian, 1 cent Canadian
# New breweries: 7 (two Spanish beers - Mauhao and another called Aurum)
# of times we did laundry: 1
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 6
... off to dinner at this fantastic little restaurant called las Cuevas del Duque. I liked how they served us dinner... the entire table got to taste many different types of authentic Spanish food. Some I liked, some I didn't. But at least I had the opportunity to decide what I liked and didn't without having to eat an entire plate!
Dinner takes just as long in Spain as it does in the Netherlands! It was interesting to see some ...
... because this guy took initiative in the direction of a happy customer. This is not the done thing. Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods are the places where employees actually move toward you and probably the only places where that happens. But much to my amazement this guy went and found another employee who’s English was un poquito better than his. What she was able to do is point to the part of the label on the bottle that has a picture of the plant.
... there. When I got off the metro all was gone. So if you see someone wearing 'scarlett red 504' lipstick, using an iphone and my super cut pink wallet, I'm pretty sure it's the culprit!
I've also went to a concert, which was really impressive. And to a rather famous tapas baar, called El Tigre. It's not famous because of it's quality, as it is for the QUANTITY of the tapas that come with each beer you order.
... del Retiro. It was quite a beautiful park to walk through with botanical gardens and grassy areas. There was even a large pond in the middle that you could rent boats and float on, but we just decided to sit and relax and enjoy the sun and heat for our last day in Madrid.
So like I said, not much to report in Madrid, Spain since we were ready to go home at that point and we had enough of the museums and ...