TH La Florida
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... business you can find all kinds of other things made out of cork. The most popular items were definitely the cork hats (80% of the men on the trip bought one it seemed like) but we saw all sorts of household items and even a wedding dress! Too bad Bree already had hers picked out!
That night we stayed in a very neat hotel that used to be an old monastery! They of course had added on wings for the hotel rooms but all of the main areas like reception, the ...
... of the city. The tour is mostly just a ride around with a stop or two at some pretty sweet fountains but we don’t get too much knowledge about them.
We do head into the royal gardens, which are quite huge and we get to see some pretty cool stuff. There’s a green house that has a pond/lake out the front with a waterfall and Turtle in it! Turtles! We saw a lake that was built for the king to pit combatants against each other on ships. The lake was 10 metres ...
... where you can instantly see the city’s attraction. Madrid you have to live there. Take time in exploring its museums. Eat out in Latina and Malasana with the locals. Stroll through the parks on a lazy day and also admire the mix of modern and history on your everyday walk through the town. I’m truly grateful that I chose to come to Madrid to study abroad and I got to understand the beauty of a city which I wouldn’t have been able to discover just through a weekend ...
... Spanish' or when Nat lists the words that I do understand.
Despite Spain being tiny in comparison to Australia there are so many lanes of traffic and I've never seen a time when they are actually needed! The most lanes I've counted was 15 on the highway to/from Madrid but even residential streets have two lanes each way plus one lane on either side for parking.
My family is really conscious of me getting a cold (which ...
... tourists, clubbers and Madrilenos alike - but like most institutions it trades as much on its reputation and long opening hours as quality.
The last lunch
We decide to take our final meal at Estado Puro on Plaza del ┴ngel.
Bu˝uelos de bacalao (cod fritter), bravo por las bravas (patatas bravas) and bombas de carne (meat balls) with a glass of Mahou, what could be better at lunchtime!