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... backpackers now lol!We had to decipher how to get to our hostel from the station, which was a mission when we were both ****** (me more so haha). But in the end we found it. We get off and start walking to the hostel. The city is absolutely dead, ************e around & only 1 cafe is open. We refueled with much needed food of pancakes, omelet and double expressos haha!! We both weren't in any shape to go check out the city, so ...
... for chandeliers but unfortunately we were not allowed to photograph any of them. We ended up with stiff necks from walking around staring at the ceilings while listening to the history of this place. Fascinating! As befits travellers of our age we proceeded to the Plaza Major which is the centre of night life and the restaurant trade. A sangria, a paella and more people watching. End of another ...
... padron...the list can go on and on. So I guess you could say that we have settled in the apartment and I am getting more settled in the kitchen.
The kids have been fine with all the food, they loved today's menu of roasted chicken from the store down the street. I think Ian ate half the chicken leaving the rest of us the other half to share. Our schedule here needs a bit of tweaking still, our goal is to get up in the mornings, go do something, come back ...
... scarf, wool shorts with cable tights and smart leather chukka boots. If only I could get Elias to give up his Ninjago t-shirt and Keen sandals...
We collectively visited four art museums in five days. Surprisingly the kids managed to make it through three of the four without excessive complaining. They preferred the Museo Thyssen Bornemisza with its wide range of art from 13th century Italian (Jesus and Mary) paintings ...
... son and his fiance came over around lunch time. First of all the whole family went to a bar where they drank and had a few side dishes. This was from two to three and they were standing and talking the whole time. Then at 3 we came back to the house and till 4:30 when I was finally able to escape because of a different trip they were eating lunch and talking with each other. The Spanish people surely do love their meals ...