Salinas de Imon Hotel & Spa
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... walk to Airport bus stop. Catching the bus to Barajas airport. It takes around 20 minutes but only costs 5 euros. At Madrid airport you travel for miles. We got on a shuttle train to departure terminus. Flight departs at 14.10. Arrive in Dubai for stop over at 12.15am their time. Flight was very smooth with so many films to watch. Depart for Kuala Lumat 3.00am
... the Plaza Mayor. The Plaza Mayor's were my favorite since they looked like floating lights all around. The nativity scenes were also fantastic, even though I don't celebrate it, it put me in the Christmas mood!
Thursday was my parents' last day in Madrid, and I had planned to take them to see where I go to school and after go on a Teleférico (cable car) ride. However they were closed (not sure why they are only open on weekends) so we walked ...
... and we picked an inexpensive hotel ($100 EU / night) right on the Plaza. It was much cooler than Seville (10C) but beautiful with all the Christmas lights. There were quite a few demonstrations going on thru the day and evening (Spain is in a touch situation with 20% of youth unemployed).
We only had about 15 hours ...
... worth a thousand words," as some sage, probably a newspaper editor, once said. Overcome your reluctance to get in people's face, and get in their face. (An old newspaper man's mentality. That's why folks think we are such insensitive a-holes. And they are right in many cases, but gotta have the picture to accompany the story. A crusty old ******* at one of my newspaper gigs once told me: "You got no picture, you only got ten percent of the story." With ...
... the Col D'Aubisque. Stopping for our picnic lunch at the top of Route Soulor was truly one of the prettiest places in the world. Finding a lovely green knoll overlooking the snow capped mountains we watched the clouds dance and move around the peaks whilst the sheep below moved through the green paddocks with their farmer and border collie in tow. Finding a bottle of white wine in the boot helped the vista go down smoother and the cows further along the mountain ...