AC Hotel La Finca by Marriott
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We have had a great day, but not a huge report. Started off going to the churreria where they make the churros while you can watch - SO fresh, even I like them! Then we went to one of the many places that squeeze oranges, so we had all our morning requirements (plus coffee of course). Then we had a Prado marathon. Fantastic - saw many Goyas, Velasquez, Tintorettos, Rubens, Titans etc....wonderful, and did almost ...
... they are impacted by the bull is immense. The first time we saw this happen the bull managed to uplift the horse and throw it onto its side. It proceeded to gouge the horse for quite some time before the matadors were able to get its attention and lure it away. The horse, however, was unable to get back to its feet in its armoured state so they had to take its armour off to allow it to stand. The horse wasn't bleeding at all - the armour ...
... mark them against. I thought they were good but not the greatest dessert on the face of the earth or even the greatest dessert on our trip.
The following morning we were saying, 'adios!', to Madrid. The city gave us flamenco shows, jam sessions, late nights and good food. I'm leaving with fond memories, new friends and an ever growing appreciation for the Spanish way of life. I loved the place and will definitely return one day. So thanks very much Madrid or, as the Spanish would say, 'Muchos ...
Well THIS is what I call a food hall..... A bustling delight of a place where you can taste the best food and drink Madrid has to offer. Following the advice of James from the tapas tour I put aside my Anglo manners, threw myself into the crush, pushed up to the counters and shouted my orders like the Spanish. Gets results and nobody looks twice at you. Started with a tasting plate of three different Galician oysters. Yum. A ...
Hello. Like pretty much each and every blog ever written I'm going to start with a test post to figure out how easy this is to do and see if I get a taste for keeping it up to date everyday / every other day / once a week etc.
The day after tomorrow I'm setting out on the Camino de Santiago. Tomorrow I'm going to take the bus from Madrid (where I live) to Pamplona, where I will either catch a connecting bus or share a taxi with other like-minded people to Saint Jean Pied de ...