Travel Blogs from Madrid
for my mom's luck....they gave me this flt....i just considered as my b'day gift frm crew planner hahaha
5 hour journey to London 2 journey to Madrid Met couple of people working for SCIP in Peru... Met girl off to teach in Argentina 12 hour Lima flight ensues Pretty sure am only English person on the flight... No individual tv's.. One book already ...
... there now. Now the table are turned and Chris decides to do some shopping while Ryan and I do the museum. Luckily, Ryan and I had very similar taste in art so we go through the whole museum in under an hour. Don’t get me wrong. I like the stuff I like, especially Van Gogh. But I also know what I don’t like and I don’t need a lot of time to figure out which is which. (Forgive my picture ...
... were many writers in the 20 th century use to live.' After the tour went to the San Miguel market and had tapas from the various venders. Made my way to the library museum and the archaeology museum ( which is closed for renovation). To conclude My Day by seeing Carmen the ballet ( Spanish style) which was amazing and lots of fun to witness one of my favourite operas converted to a contemporary ballet. Looking forward to the Sofia Rena and Palo museums ...
... not my forte.
We finished up in Plaza del Sol which was another big square. We got to stand at the marker for the centre of Spain. Also, there was another recommended treat place so we popped in to pick up the local specialty, the Madrid version of a doughnut. We also picked up a napolitana which is like a pain au chocolat, but not as light and fluffy; we opted for one chocolate and one cream filled to enjoy with tea later. We then decided that ...
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