AC Hotel Los Vascos by Marriott
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... Then a walking tour of the neighbourhood - lovely guided tour of the church of St Isadore and Santa Maria of blah blah something ( his wife). He is the patron saint of Madrid - Madrid only needs one, whereas Sevilla gets 5! The tour was given by a university student here for a one month project, with other kids from other European countries who cover most of the tourists' languages. She was quite knowledgeable. The other major portion of the ...
... of churches and gawked at some awesome buildings. We opted out of the long tours of some of the most illustrious palaces and instead wandered all over the town, stopping frequently for Sangria and snacks. Madrid was full of tourists and the weather was warming up nicely. I can only imagine the high season when the temperatures can exceed 90 degrees and the crowds become a crushing horde.
The real work for Alan in Madrid was ...
... several streets and observed the “no overhead” merchants, whose wares are displayed on white sheets with rope attached to the corners, like parachutes. When the police arrive, they pull the strings, the sheet becomes a bundle of wares, and off they run. Within a minute after the police drive by, they are back in business. I think we must have seen a couple of hundred different fake Chanel purses….
I’ve never seen a city so busy ...
... it only played two movies. I had my laptop and phone. Both went flat about the same time, still with hours left on the flight. Fortunately though the guy next to me got up for a **** and I noticed a power point hiding under the arm rest. Perfect timing. I didn't know this before my flight, but the fight was to Quito first. We had to bail out, wait an hour then jump back in for the last hour of flight to ...
... this, at a time when Britain stood alone, unarmed and vulnerable. It's amazing to me that they got so much of it 'right'. Cometh the hour, cometh the man. Churchill alone steeled the national resolve to not only continue the fight, but also galvanize the prevaricating with the belief in ultimate Victory. 'The Gentlemen of the Cabinet resolve, in the event of a Nazi invasion, not to surrender, but to die, face down in the street, choking in our own blood' - and he meant it... It was ...