Hostal Bahia Madrid
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... haha. Only after a careful selection and discard process that have left only the absolutely essential I've managed to put everything in, and it is still completely full! In the preparation of a trip like this, there is so many things to think about, specially when I gonna stay in places ranging from 0º almost freezing temperatures to more humid, hot and tropical spots. The selection of clothes to cover this whole spectrum with only a few items is quite complicated! But at last, I ...
This past weekend I went with my cousin Bridget (who is also studying in Rome) to visit our cousin Elizabeth and her family in Madrid. It was so nice to just hang around with family. I got to eat peanut butter and bake chocolate chip cookies!!
We arrived on Thursday night. The flight there was fine-however there was 1 amusing incident. While attempting to store her over-sized carry-on in the rack above her row, a lady dropped ...
... just a few pedestrian blocks to Gran Via and right beside the Tribunal Metro station. Some people complain of thin walls, which may well be, but we must have had quiet neighbours as we didn’t experience noise, other than from the street. Not much you can do about that though!
Bryan has to catch up on work today, so we go shopping! We consult our map and our administrator at the hostel suggests Centro ...
Beer, vermouth and now some Anís del Mono to churn the fearful brew. Anís goes down awfully smoothly. I remembered my experience in Chile, when the ground moved under me, and sipped cautiously.
By the time we arrive at La Musa restaurant, we are a little wobbly and quite satiated. Nowithstanding, the sight of delicious Brazilan style kebabs suspended over one’s plate perks up our appetites. A delicious and unusual end to our first night in Europe.
... was green up to her elbows from her part in adding Australia to that salt mosaic in honour of World Youth Day which will be held in Madrid this year.
Another lady explained excitedly that the body of Christ was coming from the church so that was so he wouldn’t be crossing just a plain street.
Soon the procession starts to the tune of brass bands and bells – walking carefully either side of the carpet, first police on ...