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Well, my first week back in Madrid has been nothing less than spectacular and I cannot put in words how much I absolutely LOVE this wonderfully diverse city full of amazing sights and friendly people! The weather has been phenomenal since I arrived - nothing but bright blue skies and warm yellow sunshine. Apparently, it is not always this warm in March and is supposed to cool down significantly next week; however, I have been ...
We went to a local bar for tapas for dinner – very pleasant and looked to be populated by locals. We think it was a good thing we decided not to eat in the hotel as the Algerians were hosting a celebration for their National Day – lots of people and official ...
... and we are legitimately swimming in tapas and chicken wings!
After it hits about 12 I hit the wall that is made from litres of beer and
kilos worth of food and we (well I do) waddle back to the hostel and prepare
ourselves for our early start and week long adventure on our Iberian Adventure.
Tune in for the next installment of Ash and Briony’s super amazing magnanimous
gloriful European Adventures!
Today was another busy day. We went on a walking tour to the beautiful walled city of Avila which is about 100 kms south west from Madrid. Avila is the birthplace of St Theresa and on the walk we went to the Avila Cathedral, the Basicilica de San Vincente and the Convent of St Theresa - who was the nun who started the Carmelite order ( which we thought Mary D would be interested to hear ...
... Apart from that we really didn't get anything done apart from some
Can't even think what we did today.
Went to the food market in the morning and everything looked great
but it was super, super busy. Ended up opting to eat at a nearby
place and got a pretty decent menu del dia. Walked around for a bit
and then Steph wanted to go to the Mango outlet mall, so I went and
got my hair cut ...