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We have found Madrid to be clean and like other large European cities we have visited, we appreciate the many streets that don’t allow cars making walking and shopping a pleasant experience. This creates a vibrancy and sense of community that many North American downtown cores are missing. Home by 7:30 and now trying to stay awake so that we can get back on schedule again. I am certainly glad that we decided to stay here in Madrid for a few days. ...
... and ugly fish. All around were street violins and harps playing and food smells wafting through the sunny air. We decided to take a taxi back to the hostel for the sake of not walking for 3 hours. That night we shared a vat of paella with our hostel mates and joined about 30 of them in a round of games in the common room. The next day we spent a bit of time touring the squares and plazas around our hostel, and to ...
I made my way back to the city center by metro and hung out at Vivi’s place until she finished work. We hung out at the apartment and thought about going out for dinner, but Vivi was pretty tired and stressed out, so we decided to just stay in. I went out and got a pizza from Domino’s and we ate at the apartment. It was a really nice relaxing day. I’m certainly not going to ...
... They started a limbo contest and had to get right in that. Probably cheated but yolo. As we were dancing the disco ball fell out I the ceiling and hit Jody right in the head. LOL. She was ok. Just grooved all night long and then passed out as soon as my head hot the pillow. The next morning we were all exhausted and figured it would be a good day for a lazy day. We walked over to the big park with our treats picked up from the bakery down the road. An just ...
... just a little English) Vet informed us we would have to leave the livestock in quarantine for 24 hours. Come back tomorrow! We informed him that we were told our 'livestock' could be released immediately and so were somewhat confused as to why this had now changed. Keep remembering the 'little English' only eased the language barrier a 'little'. He shook his head,'no, birds must be in the quarantino'. Birds? We informed him through hand flapping that we had ...