Tryp Madrid Alcala 611
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For many years we have heard Lita talk about churros y chocolate. This morning we shared our own experience. The churros were warm and fresh and the chocolate was as thick as mud - a bittersweet combination. Earlyafternoon we found ourselves walking the historic rooms of Palacio Real de Madrid. The architecture and detailed work of each room was astonishing. Each ...
... Sea Eagles. I found out later he did indeed find a hotel and watched his team win.
Knowing that we had to be back at the coach by 2pm I decided to get out and take a few photos. Unfortunately I got a little carried away and also a little lost. I heard the 2pm church bell boom out over the city and realised I was late.
As I approached the coach I could see John with his camera out filming my approach and tried zigzagging to stop him getting a good ...
... we got the wake up call anyway! At least we were able to turn over and have another doze. I had a lovely few hours relaxing and reading while Annie watched a few movies, (she has been having withdrawals from her DVD's! Greg and the girls headed for the biggest flea market in Europe only to find out that it is closed on Saturdays! Very disappointing for them, but they soldiered on and met us after exploring some of the sites, having a ...
... now I'm getting a little overtired of it haha. I talked with her sister a lot, and learned more about what their thoughts were of Barcelona, Madrid and how they viewed tourists. After dinner, I rested a little, used my computer and reviewed some spanish. Nothing fun today. Some people were trying to go out, but I am to tired to function right now. It was a good day overall, but nothing really to show for today because it wasn't too ...
... at home, which would be sort of ironic. I also bought my first souvenir today - a purple Spanish shawl. Its EXACTLY the same color as one of my shirts, which is pretty cool. It bunches up pretty small too which is nice, although it's a little bit heavy. Probably going to send it home at some point when I get enough stuff that needs to be sent. I did find real lace mantillas today, and veilos triangulos, which is basically what we wear in the US. They ...