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... but add that to the fact that we had a ****** internet connection which continuously dropped out...needless to say I had a very frustrating day. Steven's wasn't much better as I was hogging the laptop.
Dinner was a gourmet pizza which we got as a take-away so that we could eat it in the Retiro Park. We had another stroll around the park before heading back to our ...
... Oh my god!" It was awesome. She also said it was worth the trip to Europe just to see them. They were all from between 1694 and 1709. After ample time in that room, we left the palace and took some fun pictures before walking to get Diane her sandwich. I was smart and brought food with me that I cooked last night, so I ate that while the girls had their lunch. The server screwed up - of course - and ...
... this amazing pizza place called Gusta! It was the best Margherita Pizza I have ever had. On the last night Corinne and I got take out from there and ate it on the bridge. It was such a beautiful sight...we could see the reflections of the lights in the water. One of my favorite nights was hanging out with a bunch of our group at the bridge just talking and hanging out. My other favorite part of the time in Florence or even maybe my favorite ...
... 80 people. We felt particularly grateful and lucky to be safe after that happened.
On our last day in Madrid, we did more exploring, eating, and visited the main park. We picked up some local cheese and bread and ate it while relaxing.
Overall, our trip was much quieter than Barcelona but SO beautiful! We have attached pictures of most things mentioned, so be sure to take a look!
... Plaza de Santa Ana, the place where native Madridlenos traditionally start their Friday nights with a tapas crawl.
It's flanked at either end by grand old hotels that have now become modern chains and has a statue of the playwright Federico Garcia Lorca, whose plays I studied for A-Level and was the first taste of Spanish culture I'd ever really come across. A renowned homosexual and supposed lover of Dali, he died in the Spanish civil war, ...