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... the central hub of the city the Square - Puerta del Sol. By this time there were tonnes of people up and about, and the weather was freaken hot! Lol!! Our first stop was to find the Royal Palace which is one of the biggest in Europe. Now we got sent on a wild goose chase...as the hostel map was actually wrong (we discovered later) and where the palace was supposed to be...was some random apartment building (the palace was actually on the otherside of town ...
... a perimeter of 3 kilometers, eighty towers, five doors and several doors. It was built mainly with granite blocks but also reused gravestones of the Roman necropolis. The wall encircles the historic quarter and currently maintains three doors: San Cebrián, of great austerity; Santiago, of Mudéjar appearance; and San Andrés, gateway to the Jewish quarter; and the breaches of Consuelo, San Juan, the Sun, and the Moon.
Tonight we went to a tapas place at Opera station. What I absolutely LOVE about Madrid is that every corner you turn there is a historical building, a beautiful plaza or garden, a museum or a super cool looking restaurant. Like seriously EVERWHERE. Opera was no exception with the Royal Theatre which was built in the 1850 centuries and was a cultural ...
... were shot at the airport and so annoyed by this Spanish teenaged basketball camp invading the back of the plane screaming back and forth to each other. Although, after arriving in Madrid, we have to say it was worth it to walk around in the afternoon, eating paella and drinking sangria in Madrid's Plaza Mayor, the central hub of Madrid and site of so many historical ...
... and corners and not so bold and pronounced the way it is in the States. The streets as well as not as clearly indicated which has me constantly looking over my shoulder as I never know when a car or moped will come blasting by. Luckily I haven't come across too much cobble stone so my feet are still surviving alright.
I have alot more to say but I feel like I will pass out any second. The rest will come soon! Until then, as the locals say, un beso!