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... late. We couldn’t find the meeting spot of our group either so I was
thankful we were all together. We found our group and entered the Museo de
Reina Sofia of modern art. Here we were blessed to learn about Picasso and Dali
and visit the famous Guernica by Picasso. It truly amazing to be living in the country
that inspired all these creative people, learning about how it influenced their
development of culture, and learning how to live amongst them. Although it ...
... expected from someone who has never made an attempt to speak English.
Went down to the restaurant with Diana to learn Spanish (me) and English (her), Amparo got upset at me not eating anything so I agreed to have a cheese sandwich. It came out with tuna, I was happy to eat it but gosh did Diana lost it! It was really nice knowing she cared so much but I felt terrible for the poor waiter who got in so much trouble, then went and made me a new ...
... and other tasty morsels. Of course we bought some to take back to the hotel. Not sure of we will sample it tonight or have it for lunch on the train tomorrow. Finally back to the hotel were we were both in need of a siesta. So much for an easy day. We must have walked close to 10 Kms today. Tomorrow we are off to Leon so we need to repack and workout getting to the right train station for our connection. Shouldn't be too much trouble we are becoming old hands at this now.
... one of the most famous yet unknown Tapas places in Madrid. It is famous enough to be well known amongst Madrileños, but is not famous enough to be touristy. The food is authentic and delicious, and for the most part everyone there is a local. Tapas are a custom very typical of Madrid. We read an article about the origin of tapas in orientation class. From what I understood (it was in Spanish) tapas started long ago with farmers/working class people. Men would come ...
... lunch where the waiters could speak English and delighted us with surprises from the kitchen. Everything was just so very special and I had to toast my birthday lunch with a glass of white wine. The afternoon pretty much flew by as we strolled some more and followed loud sounds just to come face to face with a large group of people demonstrating. Aah, here was the sign of the recession that I wanted! The crowd wasn’t violent but they were noisy and off course we had ...