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... sea of brown haired people who all wear dark coats. Not helped by her height, shorter than all the racks. This also is a problem with Spanish change rooms. They don't have locks and all have a strip of opaque glass so you can tell whether there's a head in there but Nat doesn't reach that line so people kept walking in on her.
Nat was right about Candela, we would have to babysit her so Moni could shop. It was actually hilarious, Moni drives in the middle ...
... 4 am to get on a 7 am plane to Madrid, Spain!! We arrived at our apartments around 1 pm that day, but had to wait until they were all cleaned before we could settle in. The apartments are amazing though!! SO much better than any other place we stayed so far! We have a kitchen, three different bedrooms, a living room and a TV that we can change to English so we can watch TV for the first time in months! Unfortunately, this has made us pretty lazy....haha Madrid ...
... the mercado, we were going to head home but saw a sandwich board with Strawberry o kiwi mojitos. I decided for us that we were going to try them, but when I saw the waiter there was a miscommunication and he brought us something completely different. Not the mojitos mentioned ON the chalkboard, but the advertisement of the sandwich board. Got the fixed real quick when we saw that the liquid was bright orange, Aperol.
Toledo and off to Granada!
... an economic crisis. Today for ten euros I got a huge plate of rice a la Cubana, baked chicken with curry sauce (and french fries of course), a beer and a coffee. The best part? Our 2 euro tip was considered generous. I love it here.
However, the reason why they load you up at lunch is because dinner here is not until around 10 at night usually, and it generally doesn't consist of much. Certainly not enough to tide you over until the ...
... the political debates of modern Spanish society, perhaps there is an underlying desire for the state to keep Francoism around. Although hardly mentioned in any of the history books used in today’s Spanish schools or the new tourist guidebooks published each year, the image of Franco still provides a stage for confrontation, and this confrontation leads to more debates and the identification of enemies.
Spain still has a long way to go before Franco and the Spanish ...
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C Jaraiz s/n salida km 26 (A-6), Las Rozas | 4 star hotelfrom $57
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