AC Hotel Los Vascos by Marriott
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Travel Blogs from Madrid
... Spanish!! Yay! I guess that's the achievement I wanted through this trip. And I got it. Yay! See, it wasn't all about fun!
Amigos, it's my last full day in Spain tomorrow. How quickly time passes. It seems like such a long time ago, I was chilling on the beach in Valencia, hanging out with Rune at the plaza del virgen, being in class with Rafa, Inma, and Maria, walking the streets of Valencia, failing with the Valenbisi, partying at the ...
... of that week after class, a friend of mine had found out that I hadn't had a drink yet since I'd been in Spain so we went to Puerta del Sol first to look for cell phones to buy and second to go get ceņa and tapas. When you order alcohol here at a bar, you are usually given a plate of food to go with it. What you get and how much of it varies greatly from place to place, even from order to order if you and a friend are ordering at the same time.
... of peace as the deep blue dusk approached. I stood rooted in the setting, as couples chatted in quiet voices, and a faint buzz of familial laughter and chatter ebbed from the surrounding restaurants. Perhaps, in the end, this is the true beauty of Madrid - not the food, and not the art, but the ability of the city to move away from its past into a warm and inviting present.
... so Debbie was happy.
We decided to orient ourselves by using the hop on, hop off bus and got a 24 hr rate through the hotel. It was obvious as we toured the city that we had lots to see and needed to plan our times wisely. The city is still bustling with tourists and tour bus loads of folks and we needed to plan our visits to the various venues without having to stand in long line ups. As we toured around we circled venues on our maps and ...
... next stop was a narrow and dimly lit bar in a back alley somewhere. Its crowd was older more sophisticated than the **** holes in boulder, and although it wasnt too crowded or too loud it was really what we were after so tequila and on to the next one. Casey, who had written down the names and addreses of a few bars, leads us to an equally low profile alleyway and we head through an equally nondescript doorway. This bar was very cool and dark but even more empty than the last ...
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