Beautiful Gardens and some good Eats

After a  great meal at El Escaldron(read more about that by clicking the past article tab), today we took a walk to the train station to get our tickets to Toledo. I have to say one of the greenest station I had ever seen, literally. The station has a garden inside, and a turtle pond.

After getting our tickets, we head towards the Retiro Park. Which I must say is HUGE! We kind of got lost a bit in it but it gave me plenty of beautiful Pics. DSC00400DSC00410DSC00405DSC00399DSC00403DSC00409

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Wild Kitties love the park

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We ended our day of sooooo Much walking with some yummy food. We happened to find a delicious Mexican restaurant when we got lost and decided to return there for dinner. I, of course, had to start the meal with a traditional Margarita.

I also had the best quesadilla I have had on this side of the Atlantic. We chowed down on some Nachos and ended our day with full bellies and good chatter. Next up, Toledo!

 

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