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Traveling In Spain With A Little Rain

There's no shortage of things to do in Madrid at night. In fact, I would say that some things look better at night.

Spain has been in the throes of a decline in tourism for the second year in a row. From where I sit, though, I don't see it.

There are lots of places to go, people to see, and things to do (like watch the goings on in the Plaza del Sol). Yes if you looked at the pictures I took (links in the first paragraph), you can tell that it did rain here today and tonight for a bit, but it has mostly been with the Sol out. What, you say? Spain has had a dark cloud over it since the bombings in March?

Sure, there have been some bad things that have happened, but that's true of the US, too. So, we can't point fingers and then stay home.

My advice? Get out there and do a little exploring. You'll be glad you went looking.

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