End of Palma’s week, but more Spanish days to come!

Hola from Spain…again πŸ™‚

I hope all of you are fine and doing OK. We are enjoying our beautiful honey moon and this can be read from our posts as well πŸ™‚
So, I shall continue with the next 2 days of our journey.

September, 3rd
We had to leave Palma around 4:00 pm and almost the entire day we were sad because the first week of our honey moon was almost finished πŸ™
So, no many things to say about this day. So, I will pass to the next one πŸ™‚

September, 4th
We arrived in the evening in Madrid and because we were tired, we took only a short walk around Plaza del Sol, were our hostal Malarsca is situated.
But in the morning, we got up and after a short working session for Pedro, we went out and came back to our room around 10:00 pm. It was really a nice day in which we visited many touristic places, including the biggest train station I ever saw called Atocha. Inside of it you can see a luxuriant vegetation with banana trees, palm trees and many other species of plants and also some turtles.
Soon we will be able to see all these places in our gallery, but until that moment we will tell you our impressions πŸ™‚
Another very good thing we did in Madrid, was to visit El Museo del Hamon from El Calle del Vitoria were we had a great dinner with some shrimps soup and of course lots of hamon πŸ™‚ which was absolutely delicious. And some Clara’s con limone πŸ™‚

Here you can also see hanged from the ceiling hundreds of pieces of hamon and a lot of garbage thrown on the floor πŸ™‚ It is very strange at the beginning but after few minutes you get used to it and you start liking it πŸ™‚

We really enjoyed this day spent in Madrid with all the noisy Madrilians πŸ˜› and we are waiting to see more tomorrow as well.

Until next post we sent to you many kisses from El Espana πŸ™‚
In this Museo del Hamon we met some weiters

Now we are in our room and preparing to go to sleep because tomorrow Barcelona will wait for us:) and some other nice places from Madrid.

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