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... at all I would be staying in Madrid, the rest are booked for traveling, so it was nice to enjoy a few more Spanish things.
Thursday I went with Shannen and a friend from her class to the Puerta de Europa towers. These are twin towers that lean in towards each other in the business sector of Spain, quite far from where I live. Afterwards we walked around near a nice park and enjoyed the scenery. I got lunch at a pretty cool place i've been dying to try called ...
... don't think anyone can say that they'd rather share a room endlessly night after night with strangers than have a room all to themselves. I had intended to have a nap when I arrived, but I was nervous, anxious and excited all rolled into one and the delay in flight meant it wouldn't have been much of a nap anyway. After getting ready I caught the bus to Space (one of the biggest nightclubs on the island) and joined the long line of those with pre-bought tickets and ...
... and maybe give me some more peace and NO FISH :) or well... not every night :) I only packed for a little, since I could pack the next day. My stomach was killing me, so I had to lay down, do some exercises for it, and than laid down and napped again. We had a good dinner, she gave us some steak, but also had eggs for me in case I didn't like it. I only had a little because my stomach ...
Spanish people stare, all the time, and they aren't even subtle about it (maybe it's not rude here) but my gosh, it's the most disconcerting thing ever!
People often talk about me, knowing that my Spanish is limited so I will have no idea what they're saying (this was true to a larger extent when I first arrived). However there are always a few key words that give it away like 'English', 'Australian', 'Melbourne' 'knows ...
... was amazing. I do not recommend the fried sheep intestines.
I became the tourist for the week as opposed to the traveller. All major Madrid sites seen. Museums visited and no map longer required. I was stopped many times by other tourists to ask me for directions. I knew the the quickest and easiest way to direct them. I felt like a local.