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... a bit of an explore. There were market stalls just outside the front door. We also found the main shopping area, lots of big department stores and such. On our way back, we found a little street with some very local looking restaurants, and it must have been, because the person serving us spoke no English at all. We still managed to get a delicious meal though.
Looking forward to more of Spain, if the last few weeks is anything to go by, it will be awesome.
... it and her Spanish is much better than mine. Then the lady bus driver yelled at me when I asked her where there was a restroom. Turns out there were some stairs midway back of the bus and the restroom is down in the carriage. She yelled at Cameron too for stepping off the bus to stretch her legs at one of the stops. I was glad at the halfway point when we got a new driver! No pictures today. I was trying to conserve the batteries on my devices! I'm still trying to find an outlet ...
Also, it rained almost all day today. And not just rain-- pouring showers. It was good for one reason: I decided to go to a museum after class instead of exploring more of Madrid outside, which is what I have been doing these past few weeks. I went to El Prado-- the largest art museum-- after class, and I'm also loving having the International Student card. I get into a lot of places for free, and all the public museums are gratis as well.
At El Prado, I was ...
... tour of the highlights of Madrid. We drove through the streets of the old city and then onto a bigger street where we drove down to the river where we could see the Royal Palace and the Cathedral up on the bluff above. Then we went back across the river to Plaza de Espana where we saw statues of Cervantes, Don Quixote and Sancho Panza. Then we drove back into the old city down Calle Major through the Puerto del Sol, the government ...
... tapas free. A small plate with two bite-size snacks. We went to four places with this process, as is the way. The places are deli like bars with all ages from the nearby community doing tapas or the next size plate up ... wonderful, friendly, soccer on the TV in every place. It was an easy, light meal. We chatted to each other through the amble down the street's offerings and then home. Thirty or more other places like the ones we were in, full. We'll be able to do this tomorrow, ...