Abba Parque Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
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"Scotch whisky goes well with haggis. It's even better without it" Old proverb
Our first dish on our first night in Glasgow was haggis. It wasn't too bad. Tasted a bit like garlic, lamb offal and a bunch of cereal filler. Throw some bacon on top, slather with peppercorn sauce, add a big pint of Guinness, the excitement of being out of the U.S. and I enjoyed it. Micky orders the iconic fish and chips. A big log ...
The street called the Grand Via in Madrid.
Houses the most beautiful McDonalds in Europe. (Apparently!)
Some stores I caught sight of;
H & M, Casa de Libra (Books), Pull and Bear. (Bec, I remember you saying they were big in Europe, and they are!!) Zara, Nike, United Colours of Benetton.
Spanish speaking lady thought our Bus, was the one that she had to catch. Poor lady!! She was on the Bus, and no ...
... us, there was nothing to scan our tickets and no one to actually make sure we had purchased them. There was simply a pleasant sign that said "Please be sure to purchase tickets or verify your transport card before boarding", leaving me impressed that such a large city would leave so much income to the honor system. The tram ride was quick and it was easy to know when to exit as we saw the large silver-plated metallic and curvy building appear.
... accommodate Motorhomes for a night or two). We plan another long driving day tomorrow,.. it is now time to get to Spain and start the main leg of this year's holiday in earnest. As we drove south from Loches,.. and the constant rain,.. we passed Bordeaux and the sun came out. The day warmed up and we threw off the polar fleeces. Maybe the old story about it getting warmer as you head south is true after all.Monday morning we woke to another overcast day and ...
... told her about. So we settled down to watch A Hard Day's Night, which always puts a smile on my face.
The next day it was time for me to leave. The journey on the way back was even longer - 5 hours. I said goodbye to Anjali and took the Metro to the bus station. I settled down in my window seat and listened to all the Beatles music on my iPod (I blame the film) as the Northern Spanish landscape rushed by. The low winter sun streamed in ...