Madrid and Toledo, Spain
April 24-27, 2014
Madrid is like any other major city with historical monuments to see, lots of people, and city cars hustling all around you. While the city’s architecture doesn’t come close to Barcelona’s, it is beautiful and the number of plazas where people gather to eat, meet, or just have a cup of coffee are endless. My favorite area wander was Cortes, which is west of the Prado museum and east of Plaza Mayor. The streets are narrow and the buildings are colorful, each window has a balcony and some even have beautiful flowers draping over the cast iron bars.
After finally being able to eat normal foods after I caught something in Mexico back in February, I ate my way through Madrid and Spain’s tapas culture provided the perfect setting! Starting at Mercado de San Miguel with a gentleman from London after our free walking tour (yes…
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