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... listened to me anyway. Around 5:45, I took the metro to go back into Sol and met up with three other students so we could go buy our cell phones with Spanish numbers. More on that tomorrow when I understand how it actually works... And then I saw flamenco. #dead. Seeing flamenco for the second time has convinced me that it's completely imperative that I take lessons! Tomorrow should be another interesting day, but I'll save that for later :) ¡Hasta ...
... them for a little while they looked like sad puppies when we told them we were on holiday with our husbands haha good to know we don't look our age. Delicious seafood lunch and bikini shopping to top off the day.
Dinner at the marina in Cala D'or gorgeous and amazing food and again another nice bottle of wine.
Relaxation & beach bliss - just what we ...
... seen anything die before
and watching the helpless animal in the stadium changed me perspective on a lot
of things in life. In the bull fight, 6 bulls must be traditionally killed
before the show is over, we stayed for 4 killings and only 2 were done
traditionally. Although im thankful that I appreciated experiencing it for
myself, it is something I never want to have to see again. It revealed a lot about
the Spanish culture. During the fight I was kind of on ...
... everything you were looking at was actually
used by former Spanish royalty. Sadly photos weren't allowed and my
rebel side didn't think it would be worth the risk trying to take
pictures because I was so curious to see every room I possibly could.
But google it because it's absolutely beautiful! We saw some other
monuments in Madrid as well and were also introduced to tapas,a
traditional food in Spain. Its generally served as an appetizer type ...
... lanes and nothing is a better indication at her personality than that.
We went to lunch at El Molino Madrid - they always go to every length to impress us (from the main restaurant). Entree was three types of ham, bread, cheese and bruschetta (that's NOT Italian, but really it is, they can think what they like). Lunch was really interesting though; we got already - sliced-steak which looked a bit raw but I went to eat anyway to which everyone shouted. W ...