Madrid y Santiago

I had less than a day in each place:/

I would’ve liked more time in Madrid, for sure. Because it was raining and I was carrying an umbrella, I didn’t take many pictures at all. I main things I did in Madrid were to go to the Reina Sofia Museum, Mercado de San Miguel, buy some good eats and saffron and EVOO to bring home, walked a lot, and saw a movie😂

suite upgrade

suite upgrade

plaza mayor

plaza mayor

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cool, weird building facade

cool, weird building facade

buildings in plaza mayor

buildings in plaza mayor

reina sofia museum

reina sofia museum

mercado de san miguel

mercado de san miguel

HAM!

HAM!

cheeeze

shop

huge fish head

huge fish head

cheese:)

cheese:)

manchego + saffron + evoo + marcona almonds + jamon iberico de bellota sandwich = 😃!!! … and baklava that was eww.

manchego + saffron + evoo + marcona almonds + jamon iberico de bellota sandwich = 😃!!! … and baklava that was eww.

Then it was time for a 13 HOUR FLIGHT from Madrid to Buenos Aires, where I would have a 1 hour layover, and then complete my trip to Santiago with a two hour flight. The 13 hours was a red-eye, and it actually went really fast. I sat in the last row, and I didn’t have anyone next to me. I also had three blankets and pillows😄

view of the andes from above

view of the andes from above

santiago park

santiago park

street

santiago street

I stayed in a noisy, small, fairly rundown apartment in Santiago. BUT, it had a laundry room… yayyyyyy!!

WASHING MACHINE AND A DRYER??!!!!!!!!

WASHING MACHINE AND A DRYER??!!!!!!!!

Next up: Patagonia❤️

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