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Help on trip to Madrid/Barcelona

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We are planning to go to Spain for the first time in September. We both are retired and would like to know what to do there. It seems Spain is a very big country with tons to do there. We are planning to spend 3 days in Madrid and 4 days in Barcelona. We would like to take a train to Barcelona. Thinking of taking a day trip to Toledo and Monterrat. Is there lots to do in those towns? What should be do in Madrid and Barcelona? We do not want to spend a lot of time in Museums - just the main one for a few hours. Also would like to go to a Flamonco show. Where is the best place to go to one? Don't really care about the meal - just the show. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. We know nothing about Spain - not even the names of famous sites there. Help!

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