Hotel Abalu Madrid Centro
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... when you are saying bye. Even though the chances are you will ever meet them again. Its still see you later.
*** PDA. I always used the main train station to go to my school since that’s where I lived close to. I would encounter so many couples and families saying good bye and while some Public displays of affection can be awkward to watch, most of the time it was really endearing since I could really feel the love amongst the people.
*** People ...
... a former storehouse of the old North Station, also know as Principe Pio Station, with its thick walls and timber beams inside. The labourers who came from Asturia to work on the railway infrastructure brought with them their cuisine and in particular a love of cider made from Asturian apples.
Casa Mingo offers a simple menu in simple surroundings, where couples and large extended familes dine together in the caveronous vault. The menu is short ...
... the last hour when he decided it would be a good idea to watch music videos on his iPad full volume, no headphones; the whole plane 'enjoyed' everything from Michael Jackson to Alicia Keys.
Sasha and I got along really well (when we could actually talk because Mr Italy had finally stopped talking to me). Oh, and at one point, he said, and I quote "these little kids, I kill them". Sasha and I decided at this point it was a good time to go for a really long walk.
i've deleted the words 'amazing', 'beautiful', and 'fantastic' at least a dozen times already. i'm struggling to find the words...so just bare with me.
nothing seems to get started until 10 pm, so i was a little nervous about traveling the metro so late. definitely no need to worry. the station was packed with people, as were the streets and bars and restaurants. this is your kind of ...
We finally arrived in Spain, a country we're excited about visiting. What didn't excite us much was the cold weather. Last week was 20 degrees but when we arrived last night it was closer to 2 degrees with a forecast of sleet.
We had no choice (!) after checking into our hotel but to find a cosy and warm restaurant/bar where we could stay out of the cold and rain and feel quietly chuffed that we were finally in Spain. We were in luck with a few places to choose ...