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San Andres Place and Chapel of Obispo in Madrid

It was a sunny day of February, and I was visiting Madrid with two friends. We stopped in this area for lunch : ‘Un bocadillo y un coca por favor’ in the café of the corner and decided to take a seat. It was very strange, there were only old people with dogs, maybe twelve or thirteen dogs running away, barking at me and sniffing at my sandwich!........

It was a sunny day of February, and I was visiting Madrid with two friends. We stopped in this area for lunch : ‘Un bocadillo y un coca por favor’ in the café of the corner and decided to take a seat. It was very strange, there were only old people with dogs, maybe twelve or thirteen dogs running away, barking at me and sniffing at my sandwich! And then suddenly – driiiiiiiiiiiiiing! – young people everywhere! Actually it was the end of the school day and children were running around the place. It was very strange but the place was really nice, with all the graffiti on the wall, and the beautiful church – just great!

Related link – http://www.madridhistorico.com/seccion7_enciclopedia/index_enciclopedia.php?id=C&idinformacion=538&pag=2#inicio2

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