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... to take pictures, since we were able to in Reina Sophia Museum. So as soon as I entered, I started snapping away until I was reprimanded by a very stern, young woman. Even though my knowledge of art is very limited, I was blown away with the art work in the Prado. The pieces were amazing.
After our day of sightseeing, we decided that we would head for Hamman's for a Turkish bath. Again stopping at the same tapas bar beforehand. This time I had ...
... some rest time. The plane was really about only about half-full so Julie and I had no other person on the third seat of our row. And with less numbers on the plane, we were both able to get up and wander from time to time just to keep the blood moving.
Maybe my initial views of the first part of the journey were a lil rose-tipped, coz the final leg was pretty gruelling. Not only was it half-as long in time as the first stage (being a ...
... haul bus journey, because it was the nicest bus I’ve been on in Spain. It had wifi, which actually worked pretty well, and each seat had it’s own touchscreen TV. Unfortunately for me, every movie was in Spanish, so I wasn’t able to watch anything, but it was still nice that they gave everyone that option. I did use the screen to play some solitaire for a while, so it ...
... 3 years ago also opened my up to something new….
Someone wise once said, “Treasure every moment that you have! Remember, time waits for no one. Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. Today is a gift. That's why it's called the present.”
... good phone contracts for us with a salesman who only speaks Spanish - we didn't really spend much time studying cell phone contracts in our Spanish course. But travelling with Iphones is so much easier than not. We have phone numbers for people to contact us if necessary, we can email from anywhere, we can use google maps to navigate, we can use google translate to help us with our language problems, we can blog (theoretically), we can look up attraction hours (though these ...