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... hours. I made the executive decision that I would just go back to bed and someday I will come back here to see these churches, and I will also be able to go to the coast and visit Gijon as well. I’ve heard good things about that town, but I just don’t have the time on this trip.
I hung out till noon, got a bite to eat, and then caught my bus to Madrid. This must be considered ...
... by Salvador Dali. It was quite an experience. I feel lucky to have seen what I saw there today. I am sorry there are no photos - they were not allowed. Afterward, the beautiful cousins had to leave. We three walked around looking for somewhere to eat that a. wasn't tapas, and b. had something for me. I finally just bought supplies at a small market and they got pizza to go.
... we had missed the last bullfight after all! Exhausted we jumped back on the Metro to return home for a quick siesta before dinner. Found a great little restaurant in Plaza Domingo and discovered delicious tortillas (Spanish omlettes) and other egg dishes. Those chickens will be earning their keep on our return. Found a historic Churro shop For dessert and our first taste of famous dish. Not bad, but I think I'll stick to the wine. Tomorrow we leave for Seville by car. A five hour ...
... door. This decision would come back and bite me in the ****. Real bad. I don't have a printer, so I had to write down a confirmation number in my book...
Cindy and I took off for the airport around 2pm. She was heading to Vienna and I, of course, to Madrid. I was surprised about how lax the security was at Schiphol. I was patted down ( a little too well, mind you)... something that has only happened to me in the ...
We took our first of many trips to Madrid today for a general tour of the city. First we toured the Royal Palace, which was absolutely beautiful. The King's "dressing room" is bigger than my kitchen! After that we had lunch at a little self-serve restaurant above the gift shop; J.E. & I split a Spanish pizza-like dish. Then, we met up with a few of our conversation partners (locals our age who will be teaching us & helping us ...