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... make us feel welcome in their home was so generous. They even had Spanish music playing softly in the background of our conversations! We were so fortunate to have the opportunity to meet this family.
After dinner we went to the park to meet some of Alex's friends, and ended up spending a couple of hours there. What better way to immerse yourself in a culture than to get to know the locals? Our conversations ranged from politics, to ...
... exterior walls of the building for her to read. Then the Schweppes building which apparently is very famous and in lots of movies. It was so hard to take a photo of though because it was on a five minute loop as each pole and letter lit up individually. Finally, back to Sol where we saw the big tree again but for some reason the gates to get under it were shut which was terribly disappointing - they would have been amazing photos!
... there were heaters hanging over our heads, keeping us warm in the very last row. Despite our nosebleeds, I was able to see every player, their number, and all of the action on the field very easily-- talk about good stadium design. The soccer game was right up my alley, I love sports. But I also think that it helped me further connect to the Spanish culture. Even in a time of severe crisis, sports can still unite a city.
Sunday we took a bus tour of Madrid. ...
... taxes etc the hotel is pretty close to budget, considering how much hassle it will save - that's thirty nine dollars each and it leaves us eleven dollars apiece for breakfast, lunch and bus fare to get there.
Fingers crossed that the tapas bar is generous. We can check in, get spruced up, and sleep in until we leisurely have breakfast and board our bus on Sunday. That's the ...
... walked past the Palacio Real, a whole bunch of famous cathedrals, and saw the sunset at the Templo de Debod. Nice night, but exhausting.
The next day, I decided to take advantage of my Peruvian ISIC card and check out some museums for free. Normally, I'm not a museum guy, since once I pay, I feel like I have to get the most of my money's worth and see everything - but without that pressure, I felt free to just see what I felt like was enough and ...