So after the tour we went on another search for food. This time we ended up at this chain restaurant called VIPS. We got an amazing deal there and the food was decent. I think I got pasta to start, then steak as my entree, and a crepe for dessert.
After that we went to Plaza del Sol. Its like an outdoor shopping area, but wasn't too exciting to me, so we caught the metro back to the hotel and went to sleep.
The next day we got up and walked the the Reina Sofia Museum which was like a 30-40 min walk. This is a museum of modern art. It has many famous Picasso paintings, including Guernica. We had the same tour guide and she was just as entertaining as the previous day.
Later that night we got dressed and was ready to check out Madrid's nightlife. We met up with some friends who heard that Club Buddha was the place to be. So we went out in the rain and caught a taxi to the club. The club was far, once the taxi got on the freeway, we started to get a lil scared LOL. Finally we get there and the ride was 18 Euros!!!! Luckily it was 4 of us in the taxi so we were able to split it. So we get up to the club and its hella expensive to get in, and it looked pretty boring, the bouncer said its more like a lounge and we saw mostly older people going inside. So we were like F this, let's just go to Kapital (a popular club in Madrid).
So yeah after that we went home and then got up early the next morning to get back on the bus, this time heading to Granada, but we made a stop in Toledo on the way. Toledo is the old capital of Spain. It is a very beautiful, small city. We pretty much just wandered around the city. We visited the Museum of Torture, then we had lunch. Then we got back on the bus for our long trip to Granada.