AC Hotel Aravaca by Marriott
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... and shared some lovely snacks to fortify ourselves for the journey home and the getting ready for a gathering with all the young people from Holland, Spain and London, what a huge bunch of bright and fun young people they are---Seems funny how they are the "young people" and all are getting close to or have achieved 40! I would probably have been offended at 40 to be the "young people." We were now down to less than 24hours ...
... Ellen, our tour guide, and she took those of us who hadn't gone on the excursion on the bus and took us to the Spanish Square where Spain's pavilion from the 1926 American Iberian Expo was held. It was fabulous - absolutely beautiful buildings with four bridges of water to the center garden and tiled sections representing every city. It is now used for government office. From there we went to meet the others at the Palace. We also had to pick up one guy from the group ...
... home. The streets are very busy until late. Including families with very young children who are still out and awake at midnight. I have loved Spain. I made my way on a bus from Barcelona to Madrid. It was a very long day! It went pretty quick with movies being played and naps. The hostel was very nice. A lot of thought has gone into the lay out of the rooms. Something as simple as being able to sit up on the ...
... on the matches between rival teams, because after 100+ years of history between them, there is a lot to begrudge them for. For example, Real Madrid with Atletico de Madrid, Barcelona FC with RCD Espanyol, Sevilla FC with Real Betis, etc. In this blogpost I will focus in the traditions of Spanish Soccer, and how many of them were born.
Ball first starts taking about the Spanish ‘fiestas’ throughout the country and how there is so many of them, and ...
Caught the fast (270kph) train from Cordoba to Madrid - love the trains, so spacious and smooth. Sol was at the apartment to greet us. This is a tiny apartment but clean and a modern refurbishment. It is situated in the oldest part of the city and easy walking to major sights. We stocked up on breakfast ingredients, wine and beer and settled back to do some reading on what to do in Madrid. Friday dawned cold and grey but we set out on ...