AC Hotel Cuzco by Marriott
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... on in. Weeeelllll… I couldn’t completely live up to my vow, because there was the little matter of the Mezquita in Córdoba. Also, there was this big hunk of a cathedral in Sevilla, which was pretty hard to ignore since it’s gargantuan: the third-largest church in the whole world! You can see the bell tower from just about anywhere in town, and when you get to the plaza and are confronted with the building in its entirety, all you can do is ...
... to go- because I was hungry. BUT
when we got up to the apartment, Abuela was waiting for us and made us an
entire supper. Although I had just eaten an entire tortilla I wasn’t going to
pass up an opportunity, she made us meat and enchilada, and was so kind and
cute about setting up a final dinner for me. I could already tell me and tamars
Spanish was struggling because we hadn’t been around it for a week, but it was
so nice to talk to her and ...
... fur print).
At McDonalds, to get Amparos dinner, I looked over at the TV to see the absolute last person I would expect, Cosentino! It was a full length show; which went longer than the 20 minutes we were in there (it's really slow). We met Aitor, Sergi, Loro and Angi at an outdoor group of restaurants - hard to explain.
Dinner was at McDonalds afterwards, I never thought I would be part of a McDonalds order ...
Madrid, a large metropolis described by many Spaniards. The people of Barcelona that I've had the good fortune of chatting with didn’t like the larger city Madrid. And many complained that Valencia was too small for them.
I’m stuck on the train right now to Madrid, and I’ve booked my seat awkwardly facing someone, but lady luck is with me as there is no physical person occupying the seat in front of me! So again, I have ...
... managed a few sneaky shots of some of the ceilings. :)
ended they day walking back to the hotel, stopped by this place as we saw two people outside who had these amazing glasses of sangria. asked how much they were and went inside to buy them. the waitress came inside, and told us they had shouted us both the sangria, which was 6 euro a glass :). spent the next hour or so just chatting to them. most amazing couple.