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... for a good 3hrs til we were hungry and headed to La Latina district for a humble 3 course lunch. After being fed, we headed back to the palace square where the Catedral de la almudena is located. Spent some time of reflection in the church We then walked around Plaza Mayor and continued walking to Puerto del sol, another popular tourist area. This is where I bought some shoes from top shop! Day 3 We were hoping to catch a bike tour around the city however the tour agency near plaza ...
... dulces, cheese, seafood and colorful frutas de la Mercado de San Miguel...all incredibly unique and awesome in their own wonderful ways! To top it off, I found my new owl buddy, Rasta Hoots, en la ventana de una tienda called Gracias Mama, and then had a delicious beer at a popular chain, Cerveceria 100 (Cien) Montaditos, before heading back a Conde de Casal en el metro. Great day so far! What's next? How about some Flamenco dancing? Si, claro...
... you could hear it in her beautiful Spanish-accented English, punctuating the words to be sure she was understood. "So in conclusion, you need sex, love, wine, and rock & roll. Do you think you can remember that conclusion?"
It was funny and got a laugh, but in the feedback, our audience agreed that Dictino's main content overshadowed our conclusion because he was so engaging. All of us, me included, decided they were points to take to heart.
... were grand. Also, while we were viewing the outside of the palace and learning of how it is used for the royal family, it seemed that there were to be diplomatic guest or a meeting in the palace to take place today because of the guards men and the raising of the royal flag. Inside the cathedral, we learned of its origins from a queen who wanted a grand Cathedral as a place of worship considering Catholicism is the religious practice in Spain like that of its Iberian ...
... the bar was down a side street, and most establishments looked decidedly closed), we were relieved to find "La Venencia" open for business.
The extent of the items on offer was six different sherries, and a small selection of tapas! Dusty bottles lined the walls, and oak barrels behind the bar stored the sherry (the proprietor's wife occasionally filled a new bottle, before popping it in a fridge below the ancient counter). The owner himself was a kind, ...