AC Hotel Cuzco by Marriott
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... 8217;s okay if you are begging on the streets for your lives but to not be able to control yourselves and bring in to this world another life that you cannot be responsible for. That is just wrong.
*** I already miss the beautiful buildings of Madrid. The buildings were the first thing that stuck out to me on my cab ride from the Barajas airport to the hostel on the first day. And they were the last things I looked towards longingly on my train ride towards Barcelona. ...
... for tapas. Imagine a room about 4m wide and 10m long fitting nearly 40 people for dinner. The chairs and tables made those in preschool seem like they are fit for giants. Remarks about the room being something for hobbits are made and tall men like Craig and John find it extremely difficult to sit as their knees are well above the tables and are knocking into other tables and other people's knees. The general consensus is that at least it has ...
... Oh, and to add to the scene, there were old trucks and busses (50 years old) just abandoned, probably because they stopped working but it never occurred to anyone obviously to move them out of the path of busses.
On the plane, I was sitting next to Britney, who I probably get along with the best and a ridiculously hot 20 yo Spaniard - we were all hoping that all the other Spanish guys would look like him! I felt sorry for him because I was so unorganised but he was ...
... the ¨proof¨ to see it. After I showed her what I booked, she said that the entry is very clear - that the room includes 2 beds, a balcony, flat-screen TV, sink, and shower. Who knew that I needed to look for a toilet as well? Oh well, it was an experience for Molly to share a toilet in a hotel with all of the other guests...
We went out to Puerta de Sol (kind of like Time´s Square in NY) and bought tickets to the hop on/hop off ...
... to their two - hard to explain how leave can be accrued.
We had lunch in a bar/restaurant with both the barman and ourselves using lots of gestures to explain. In the end he handed us his piece of paper with a handwritten menu - in Spanish - which didn't really help a lot. Then we were surprised when a bottle of wine and a bottle of water was delivered to our table and knew there had been a mistake. The guy on the next table saw our looks of confusion and ...
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