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... the busy city streets.
We started with a lovely nachos platter with fresh avocado and vegetables. Then Lars had a Vegetable Curry and I had Zucchini Fritters. The portions were huge and so were we by the time we finished! Supper was going to be a light affair after that lunch!
Afterwards we walked off some of those calories as we found our way back to our hotel in time for a siesta. Who knows what the evening will bring?
... made the selections very hard. I'm sure we had, olive skewers, fried Camembert, whipped buffalo mozzarella, mozzarella and ham, scallops, tuna croquettes, white slimy stuff, mussels, octopus on toast and then pastry with chocolate icing for dessert to finish off.For some reason we thought we might skip dinner. It was now late in the afternoon and we crawled back to the hotel. On the way we past the Museum of Jambon. Far from being a museum, it had all manner of ...
... with me hamming up the fact that it's not me, it's not me, I promise! Luckily, the flight is less snore-tastic. Madrid is mad - from the airport to the full 4 piece rock bands busking on the Metro underground. Hostal Madrid is fine, and very central - and I seem to have bagged a triple room which is a bonus (albeit with a lovely view of a brick wall). I head off to try & grab a late night tourist bus before dinner at the ...
... who went on to become one of the famous Catholic mystics and theologians who likened the soul to the watering of a garden. She wrote in depth on mental and contemplative prayer, a little like St Therese of Lisieux.
As Madrid loomed ever closer, we were all at once in industrial land, surrounded by car showrooms, furniture warehouses and MacDonalds.
Then the rain started. Nice touch.
Once more we used the phone's GPS map system ...
... on a river. I ate lunch in the park located behind the Teleférico building. After eating, I went to school.
Durante las tres semanas pasadas, he hecho muchas cosas interesantes. Cada día que estoy aquí, estoy aprendiendo algo nuevo sobre el lenguaje español o la historia de España. ¡Sé en la semana próxima, habrá más a explorar y aprender!