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The next place we stayed in was Madrid. We stayed there for 4 nights. We stayed in an apartment on a street right next to a pretty main street, and pretty close to the Plaza Mayor (a massive plaza full of restaurants, cafes and bars).
The first night we were in Madrid, there was a massive street festival on. There were lots of game booths around. Some of them were booths where you had to throw balls at soft drink cans, other ...
... us about the menu and gave us cake on the house - you have to realize this is like super rare for restaurants in spain. Usually, the staff is quick and short and doesn't really have time to make conversation or anything else. The food at this place, La Martino, was brilliant! Patatas Braves, an amazing salad with goat cheese, and this bread with apple compote and ham. YUMMMMMM.
That's all for today. Tomorrow, off to Toledo bright and early!
... abstracts than the Reina Sophia Museum, which was strictly modern. At the Thyssen, they each found paintings that they liked. Elias liked one called Young Knight in a Landscape by Vittore Carpaccio and the blocky colorful Composition XX by Theo van Doesburg. Olivia, in turn, liked Martin Johnson Heade’s Orchid and Hummingbird near a Mountain Waterfall. Their favorite art museum though was the Caixa Forum, where we explored the ...
... title, another boy started screaming 'noooo' but obviously she can't please everyone and continued to play it. About thirty seconds in, this kid collapsed with sheer terror from a massive phobia of the Muppets!
Nat and I were talking last night about me getting a SIM card, I was keen mostly for the internet - so I can use translators at school to avoid awkward situations but figured it was a waste of money. Then realised that ...
... spoken is Spanish.My memorable experience was the Tomatina festival (festival of tomatoes)in which people threw tomatoes and drank tomato juice and sprayed tomato juice.