AC Hotel Los Vascos by Marriott
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... passing the relatively recently built Madrid Catherdral (20th Century), the Royal Palace, the Senate, the home of the old Inquisitor, a park dedicated to Cervantes, the author of Don Quixote (Cervantes is idolised in these parts) and other buildings which names I've forgotten already. Our walk took us past the main square of Madrid and I took a photo of a famous brass plaque in the footpath that is said to be the very centre of Spain. All journeys start from here - 0 ...
... their diligence to do and to perform, in a proper manner and without malicious deception, all things whatsoever it is proper a for the said persons respectively to do and to perform in accordance with the decree of the decurions. If any person fails so to act or with malice aforethought acts in contravention of this regulation, for every such act or omission he shall be condemned to pay to the colonists of the colony Genetiva Julia 10,000 sesterces and any ...
On the flight over to Spain, Sue (my mother's cousin who works for Delta that flew over with me) and I both got to sit in Business Class thanks to the buddy pass I had. We had full reclining seats and a 3 course dinner. After that, I passed out and awoke to a sunrise in Spain. We arrived here in Spain early in the morning around 9 ...
... a big uproar, and I just sat there unknowing until someone translated for me since I couldn’t hear the English version. The two very nice ladies, sisters, took me under their wings and kept me company for the day. We were given lunch and dinner on the airline. Being that there was a huge line for the customer service desk before lunch, I waited until after and patiently waited while the numbers ticked away slowly getting closer to my ticket. However, not quickly enough. I went ...
... and, of course, the mandatory calamari. We also enjoyed tostadas (sliced, lightly toasted bread) with mejiones (mussels), pickled herring with an avacado sauce (my favorite!), pulpo gallego (octopus, again), and a tuna topped with a pickled sardine topped with a light garlic sauce. Oliver had to have an olive wrapped with sardine, and we had the most delightful variety plate of olives. It was such a fun night, the kids loved it, and ...