Posadas de Espana Pinto
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... back up the Gran Via. By now it was the time of the passeggiata and we walked with the many people, watching the passing parade. We had another tapas stop, and decided this is the way to go - grazing as we feel the urge! The Puerta del Sol of course was alive with people, and many buskers, jugglers, entertainers.... Yesterday we had seen the Mercado de San Miguel which was an eating market with many tapas, wine stalls, as well as fruit ...
... out that this cathedral was opposite the palace, and man what a palace, I am sure Elizabeth is still crying at night when she compares Little Buckingham to this colossal. I am just happy that I do not have to clean the 2,000 rooms in the palace. Ben thought a stroll around the fountain was in order and soon he found himself surrounded by 14 of the most beautiful girls in all of Spain. He could do nothing but sit in aware, and enjoy his luck. In normal fashion we ran into the "Mercado ...
... got to the hotel which is very nice. We couldn’t figure out how to turn on the lights/power - turns out there is a switch up high by the door you need to flip! We’d even tried flipping the breakers! Then we also couldn’t figure out how to do the shower - Sue finally figured it out - crazy!
... apparently it is, so we went there for a bite. The price tag attached to most of the options was a little out of our budget so we all went for the cheapest ones possible and admired all the other plates being sent out to tables around us!
That night I attended my first salsa lesson. It was so much fun! Dane came too but spent his time watching from the bar. My partner was a really nice Spanish man. I can't remember his name though, actually I couldn't even quite catch it on the ...
... he could pack, he chose to bring a red clown nose and juggling bags! He is probably one of the Funniest people I've ever met! Maybe I'm overcoming my fear of clowns! Anyway, we will continue early tomorrow (everyone gets up at six after going to bed at ten - the schedule of the camino). More later! As always, apologies for any weird spelling, grammar or capitalization issues. I blame it on smart ...