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Min + Richard in Madrid

Min and Richard will get married next summer in Baiona, Galicia, where Richard’s family is originally from. They both knew Barcelona but had never been to Madrid, so they decided to take a few days off and get acquainted with the city. They visited museums, tasted suckling pig at Botín and grilled eggs at Casa Lucio, and since this was their engagement trip, they took a walk around El Retiro Park where Richard officially proposed. And Min said yes!! 

:-)

I met with them at Lhardy, in Carrera de San Jerónimo, to chat about their wedding next summer, and with the three of us being in Madrid, we took the opportunity to have a unique celebration of their recent engagement with some spanish wine and delicious cod ‘pinchos’, while of course, shooting some pictures of our sweet little party! 
We had to cross over the crowded Puerta del Sol and Plaza Mayor to get to the Old Madrid where, luckily, we found a quite nicer area to walk around.

Our next date is in a few months in New York and the following in Galicia. Could it be more international??

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Min y Richard se casarán el año que viene en Baiona, Galicia, de donde es originaria la familia de Richard. Conocían Barcelona pero nunca habían estado en Madrid, así que aprovecharon unos días de vacaciones para darse una vuelta por aquí. Visitaron museos, comieron cochinillo en Botín y huevos estrellados en Casa Lucio. Y ya que estaban, se dieron un paseo por El Retiro, donde Richard se declaró e hizo su compromiso oficial.

Quedé con ellos en Lhardy, en la Carrera de San Jerónimo, para charlar sobre su boda el verano que viene, pero como estar los tres en Madrid era una ocasión bastante única, decidimos celebrar su reciente compromiso haciendo unas fotos y brindando con un vinito y unos riquísimos pinchos de bacalao en el Mercado de San Miguel. Tuvimos que  atravesar unas abarrotadas Puerta del Sol y Plaza Mayor, en pleno sábado navideño, para llegar al Madrid de los Austrias donde, por suerte, encontramos unas callejuelas más tranquilas y agradables para pasear.

Nuestra siguiente cita será en Nueva York en un par de meses y después en Galicia. ¿Se puede ser más internacional?

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