Our next stop in the city tour was Mercado de San Miguel which is considered as a popular tourist destination to eat and shop because it is easily accessible from the heart of Madrid, located near Plaza Mayor. I absolutely loved this place and not just because of the food (okay, maybe because of the food) but because of the ambiance around the place! You can probably find every kind of food you want here! From meat to seafood and drinks from sodas to fresh fruit juices they also sell a wide selection of cheese, olives, nuts and of course, desserts like chocolates, cakes, cupcakes, macarons, pudding and the like! I guess you can tell where I spent most of my pocket money and time inside that huh? haha!
Anyway, after going to Mercado de San Miguel, we continued to walk to where our mass was going to be held but on our way there, we passed by the world's oldest restaurant, Sobrino de Botin. It was closed when we passed by it so we didn't get a chance to try out any of their food so hopefully next time we go to Spain, we can try it then!
That's about it for this post! Check out my other travel diaries too!
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