This week marks six months since we left Canada and moved to Madrid. So, I’ve decided to take a quick break from the regularly scheduled travel programming to take a look back at the last six months – the adventures we’ve been on, the places we’ve seen, the foods we’ve eaten, and to look ahead at what the next six months has to offer.
One of the perks of moving to a new city (and not working) is having the opportunity to explore.
Thanks to two bus tours, a free walking tour and countless hours of getting lost, I’ve had the chance to see A LOT of Madrid.
Here are a few of my favourite places and spaces in the Spanish capital:
Mercado San Miguel
Photo courtesy of Daniel Dionne
The old saying All roads lead to Rome definitely holds true for us, but instead of Rome it’s the Mercado San Miguel. Anytime we are downtown we inevitably end up at Mercado San Miguel for late-afternoon/evening/late-night drinks and snacks. Always bustling, Mercado San Miguel is...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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