Madrid – Through Their Eyes

We made it to Madrid safe and sound (after a very turbulent flight – cue more grey hair!). The following pictures are from Mr. N and Miss A’s perspectives Β (or were directed by Mr. N and Miss A), and were selected by them for this post. The kids LOVE Madrid.

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We’ll be back in a few days with our recap of Madrid and some Spanish tapas! Thank you all for the well wishes and safe travels. So far, so good. Cheers!

34 thoughts on “Madrid – Through Their Eyes

  1. Debra says:

    Fabulous photos! So sorry about the turbulent flight. That makes me queasy just to think about it! Love seeing all the smiles. That you have any time for blogging is impressive, Kristy! We’ll be eager to hear anything you have time to share, though, that’s for sure. πŸ™‚

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  2. Eva Taylor says:

    Love, love, LOVE Miss A’s boots, she really rocks them!
    I’m speechless at the quality of the composition of the photos, it’s difficult to believe that kids took them. You’ve got yourselves talented children for sure!

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  3. simpsonmom says:

    Have a great time! We are currently in Spain for the winter as well. LOVE the pictures through the kids eyes.. our young 4 year old just got a Vtech Kidizoom Duo Digital Camera for Christmas and we are LOVING the pictures he takes. Sorry I haven’t read through your blog yet, but am wondering what camera your kids are using? Enjoying the posts I have read so far. Thanks!

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    • Kristy says:

      How fun! I’ll have to check out your blog as well. Spain is wonderful isn’t it! We’re in Andalucia now for the first time. It’s amazing. Miss A uses a Canon Power Shot A1200 with a 5-20 mm 1:2.8-5.9 zoom lens. Mr. N got a Canon EOS Rebel T5 EF-S 18-55 mm for Christmas this year. So far he’s doing great with it! πŸ™‚

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  4. Sawsan@ Chef in disguise says:

    I HATE turbulence!
    The funny thing is that instead of having your life flash infront of your eyes as they say in the movies. I get flashes of every movie with airplane crash that I have ever seen!
    Crazy! I know lol
    Loved the pictures , from your smiles it looks like an amazing place. I do hope I’ll get a chance to visit it some day

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    • Kristy says:

      I’m with you! Funny how those visuals pop in our heads. (Or not funny at the time!) Madrid is a wonderful place. So much life and energy (and fabulous food). πŸ™‚

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  5. Eha says:

    OMG! You’ll have an unreal time! I just have to look at Miss A’s funfulled face at those photos . . .and Madrid is NOT the easiest place in Europe to which to accustom one’s children!! My two daughters arrived at about same age after ‘experiences’ in the Pacific and Japan [write from Australia] . . . . fell in life’time love with Italy, Bavaria and Denmark . . .don’t quite remember your routing!! Oh, DO have fun tho’ you have to pile on the layers!!! [Hate flying!!!!]

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    • Kristy says:

      Definitely having an unreal time! We hope to make it through Bavaria and will be in Italy toward the end of the adventure, but unfortunately I don’t know that we’ll make Denmark on this trip. There’s just so much to see here! We also hope to make it to Japan and Australia someday too! πŸ™‚

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  6. sallybr says:

    Oh, I HATE turbulence. I tell you, I don’t take it as a man, I take it as a scary mouse… you don’t need to tell the kids that, of course, let it be a little secret… because of course I am a bit ashamed to admit it

    glad you are enjoying Madrid… one place I’d like to visit….

    keep the posts coming, even if they have to be short, I will love each one!

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    • Kristy says:

      Me too Sally. I don’t mind the occasional bump, but dips and bopping side to side…I was near hyperventilation. Fortunately the kids were to engrossed in their iPads to notice. And you would LOVE Madrid!!! It’s fabulous.

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