AC Hotel Aravaca by Marriott
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... toys and Nativity scene. I walked into the busiest bar and had a tapa and some fried anchovies, very tasty, not greasy or salty at all. Next I walked into the bull fighting bar where the wall is filled with bull fighting paraphernalia. Quite a brutal sport, the matadors re gored by the bull horn through the face and poked in different parts of body. The wall of the bar also has bull heads ...
... adds that the king is really the main power. (He's the spiritual leader.) Rabat is the capital and it is the main residence of Mohammad VI. He has two homes in Tangier and others all over the country. Jamal seemed to be happy with him. He did mention that it wasn't wise to bad mouth him in the press. I don't know the king so I took that as a tip not to be too loose with my tongue. After a good lunch of beef tangine and ...
... our fading memories so the more detail the better. If you don't want to read about the gory specifics I would skip the next paragraph. The first bull came into the ring with no heraldry and proceeded to look lost before it spied it's first matador and charged instantly. It's a very unfair battle. They get the bull running around chasing one person before he slides back into his skinny hidey hole. Another comes out and gets chased himself. 5-6 matadors do this for ...
... so we decided to go to town and try these burgers that were meant to be amongst the best in the world. The lunch menu at said place was quite expensive (14 euro I think for a burger and a compulsory drink) but although it wasn't the best burger I'd ever eaten and by far not the best for value, it was still incredibly quality. We sat there in the sun for a while finishing our huge burgers, drinking our drinks, before returning home via the supermarket. We had grand plans ...
Day 2 in Madrid was heavy on Spanish culture - which was an amazing thing! We started the day at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia. Rick Steves described the Reina Sofia as one of Europe's "most enjoyable modern art museums", which we thought was a bit of an oxymoron. But, given Rick's strong recommendation, we decided to start our day there. A short morning walk from our apartment, this beautiful building anchors a really cool city plaza filled with cafes ...