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... to ask it one is offered (you may need to provide an ID to secure the discount).
The first bus stop was only a few blocks from our hotel so we boarded and "toured" Route 1. We decided to leave the bus at stop 16 (see the attached map) to wander some of the streets and find a nice restaurant for lunch.
I have a wonderful app on my phone "Happy Cow" while includes lists of vegetarian and vegan restaurants nearby. Once ...
... as easy as back home with the humid. Marisa, Cali and I went over to Mercado de San Miguel to have a taste of the culture and food of Spain. Mercado de San Miguel is an open market but inside a building. Its pretty cool and you can get tapas to taste many things, while drinking any number of things. I had tortilla de espaņa (basically omelet with potatoes), brie in a "wrap" and a glass of vino de rosado. For dessert, Tiramisu and chocolate covered banana.
... life of a human being. People should bear in mind that supporting a war is not necessarily as supportive of your country as it is supportive of the strategized and systematic eradication of a group of human beings whom, from your perspective, are wearing nametags that say, "ENEMY." Every single "insurgent" who is killed was once somebody's beloved child. If you forget that, then the people who lost their lives in Boston really did die in vain.
... covered in large fields growing maize.
There was the very occasional village, with nothing but nothing there apart from a few houses and heaps of old farming equipment.
It fell to that wonderful old stand-by, 'spot the pig'.
But, yet once again, we have to report there were no winners in this contest today.
Cows 271, horses 34, pigs 0.
So the mystery is still unresolved.
A little deviation into ...
... our boat and we each took turns rowing. After, I stayed at Retiro Park and ate my lunch. Also, everyone started their new class at Estudio Sampere.
On Tuesday, it rained for the first time since we have been in Madrid; however, it
did not rain much. On Wednesday, we went to the Palacio Real which is elegant and very large. It has over 2,000 rooms. An ...