Abba Madrid Hotel
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The large cosmopolitan Madrid, Spain is famous as city that embraces international travelers, global business, spectacular cuisine and modern fashion. But that does not mean that in Madrid you cannot feel and live the ethnicity, tradition and beauty like the rest of Spain.
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... home, I enjoyed my food with a cup of herbal tea. So relaxing! And...a siesta! I was out for an hour. I was so tired, really!
I had a flamenco show, and worked a little bit on the blog before heading out for dinner before the show. So happy that the Mercado de San Miguel was open till midnight during the days of my visit!!! I had some paella that I had wanted to try earlier, but was too full to. And yes, I don't think I like paellas! Too oily, ...
We walked from the train station to Parque del Buen Retiro. The park was perfect. It was packed with skateboarding & rollerskating people on a sunny Sunday afternoon. On the intersection of two of the main park streets was a statue of Lucifer (El Ángel Caído/the Fallen Angel), one of the few statues to the devil anywhere in the world. The statue/monument just ...
... to the Spaniard who invented siestas. Ok, maybe siestas are actually Islamic in origin, but clearly this is a place in which a four hour nap in the middle of the afternoon does not mean you miss out on the city beat. Other than sleeping, eating seems to be an honored tradition in this country much along the lines of hobbits in J.R.R. Tolkein's Lord of the Rings. (There's a great line ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Would be happy to re visit. Great town with a number of bars, resturants and shops showing the real Crete.
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