madrid, day two continued
Here are the rest of the photos from day two.
Sleeping on the Metro seems to be one of the Madrileños favorite pastimes.
We stopped into a pretty classy bar for a drink, and Lewis insisted that we try one of his favorites—amaretto. It was extremely sweet, but very good. The waitress decided that we apparently looked like we needed a triple-shot to get us going. That was a little overkill, but hey, I wasn’t about to complain.
It was here that we met Sophie, a New Zealander who had been living and teaching English in Madrid for the past two years. She was moving the next morning to England, so she had one last night to party. She introduced us to her friends, who sang, played guitar, and drank beer in the plaza all night. We had the pleasure of joining them and, according to Sophie, had a “real Spanish experience.” Even though we didn’t speak the same language, we had no trouble having a great time with them.