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The wedding will take place in Villanueva de la Cañada, Madrid, Spain.

It's a small village outside of Madrid, Spain. 

On July 7th, 2018.

You can find accommodation at any hotel in Madrid center. We will have a free bus for the attendees to take to and from Madrid center. 

Another viable option is to find accommodation along the 10 (dark blue) metro line, as that metro line provides easy access to Madrid center, and the town of Boadilla del Monte (our town). There are some cheaper accommodations outside the city center that are along line 10.

The metro stops running at 1am however, so it would be unlikely you can take it back from the wedding.

The wedding will take place during the evening and nighttime. Average temperatures between 35 and 40 degrees celsius. 

Cocktail hour. Ceremony. Appetizers. Dinner. Dancing & Drinking. Appetizers. Dancing & Drinking. In that order!

Below are photos of the venue. It is partially outdoors, and partially indoors. For those with high heels, we will provide heel covers in various sizes to prevent the heel from getting caught in the grass.

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More information about how to book cheap flights, Spanish culture, and the wedding below.

 

1. Finding Cheap Flights & Accomodation

 

Here are the top websites for finding cheap flights:

www.kiwi.com

www.kayak.com

www.norwegian.com

 

Best websites for finding accomodations:

www.airbnb.com

www.trivago.com

www.orbitz.com

 

Some tips:

1. It's cheaper to book the flight, the hotel, and the car at the same time. Websites like www.orbitz.com or www.logitravel.com have good deals.

2. It's cheaper to buy flights on Sundays rather than Fridays. 

3. Clear out your browsers cookies to reduce flight prices.

4. Purchase flights 3 months in advance.

5. Flying during the week is cheaper than flying on the weekends.

 

2. Spanish Culture

  • Body language:
    • Spanish give two kisses, one on each cheek to greet and to say goodbye, you kiss the other person's right cheek first.
    • Spanish people like to hug, and touch often.
    • Spanish people often speak loudly and over one another, it's not considered rude.
  • Table manners:
    • They wont have a problem reaching over you to grab something if it's within arm's length.
    • They wait for everyone to receive their first plate before eating.
    • You can say "buen provecho" /bwen pro vecho/ at the beginning of meals.
    • Lunch begins at 2:00 pm and dinner begins at 9:00 pm.
  • Other:
    • Spanish are very friendly people, but sometimes shy. Don't be timid, initiate contact with people. The point of this wedding is blending two cultures.
    • Most Spanish people of the younger generations will speak English.
    • Spain is a mostly Catholic country.
    • Nightlife begins very late, and goes until the early hours of the morning (4-5 am)
    • They drive on the same side of the road as we do.
    • They use the EURO.

3. The Wedding