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... easy to get into a fight with a travelling companion.
• "The Camino provides" was true for me. I had no expectations and few plans. I didn't worry and things just fell into place.
• It was inexpensive - given that I stayed in pilgrim hostels and ate the pilgrim menu.
I spent today wandering the streets of Madrid. I went to see the works of Goya at the Prado, ate tapas and found my Spanish ...
Well, my bags are packed, I'm ready to go, I'm standing here outside your door. I hate to wake you up to say goodbye. Ok, technically Eric woke me up :) and took me to the airport (after a Starbucks stop of course!) nice and early. I got checked in easy peasy, my checked bag a whooping 16LBS. There was little to no crowd and some ...
... rooms, so their claim of having over 400,000 bottles of wine is most definitely true. The oldest I saw was 1842 and there were about a hundred of them. It was pretty scary though, all the lights flickered and doors suddenly slammed shut. It was also full of cheese and ham maturing and obviously not much air gets down there so it really smelt!
I’m still not entirely sure, but I believe that most people here have a big lunch on ...
... was a new one that only seemed to allow check-in for Iberia airlines. Then you take about 4 or 5 escalators into the underworld to catch a train to the terminal with the planes (so we thought). After rising back to the surface through more escalators, we walked for, seemingly, miles to our gate. When the plane was ready for us, we went down stairs, got on a bus and drove to the plane.
Finally in the area for an uneventful flight to Marrakesh.
... house was like seeing a taste of how he lived, authentic and true to the Siglo de Oro. I spent the rest of the day wandering the Barrio de las Letras and pretending I was friends with the likes of Cervantes, Lope and Gongora.
I passed the time in Retiro and did a little homework to complete my successful weekend in Madrid. As I was wandering and taking it all in, I realized how lucky I was to be studying here. Not just lucky because I’m in Europe and I’m in ...