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... ourselves in the 'arty' culture of Madrid and may or may not have even got some art on ourselves... We met the tour that afternoon. 50 people!! Social anxiety was at an all time high here but in these situations you just embrace the moment and make some hella good friendships with whatever pathetic sense of humour you have in you. Everyone seems great, seems being the word because I still have not personally met them all! I'm getting there and a drunk night out ...
... and we could smell the results with delicious aromas of croissants wafting through the air. The city was already buzzing with lots of taxis and people around Gare du Nord.
It was very easy travelling today; we quickly purchased our airport tickets, straight onto the train. Three hours from leaving we were on our Vueling flight bound for Madrid. We decided to get a taxi from the airport though rather than negotiating our way again ...
... de calamares. It is fried calamari in a bread roll. Churros is another gourmet delight here. Pigs ears are also a delicacy - I did see the menu last night - all I could think of was Jazz chewing away on the dried pigs ear. They don't look anything like the dried treat for dogs - in fact I would be able to each it if I didn't know what it was. I am pleased it is not winter as one of the more popular dished during winter is a tripe, chorizo and black pudding ...
... them between the four of us. All were delish! Then on board from Mpls. to Dallas. It was a two hour flight - went smoothly. We didn’t have much time to switch planes in Dallas but there was a train to get us to other parts of the airport so we did fine. In fact, we were delayed a bit as there was a mechanical problem with our plane so we boarded a bit late - but got on fine - all of us have aisle seats right by each other. They served us beverages - only wine ...
completed in small groups on our own time or on our own. The activities that
she outlined are ways for us to get around the city and become more familiar
with life in Madrid. After class we went from lunch with some of our new
American friends. We showed them our new favorite lunch spot and tried some of
the hot chocolate our teacher raved about… and it was definitely something to
rave about. Apparently ...