AC Hotel Madrid Feria by Marriott
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... It’s impressive, in a triumphalist, “See how powerful the Mother Church is, you wretched little insect?” kind of way. I didn’t go inside, though. I was tempted, because how often do you get to go inside the third-largest church in the world? But the day was so hot and the line-ups were so long, I thought “Naaaah” … and went off to have a cold drink on a patio instead. Much better idea.
Sevilla was great, ...
... her week. Im definitely going to miss
abuela. She said to us, that out of all the people she has ever had, she
considers us the most like family. She had such amazing things to say about us
and me and Tamar were truly speechless. After dinner I went to my room and
cried. I cried because I think it hit me that this incredible journey was over.
Up to this point I have had the mentality that I was granted the time I was for
a reason and that when it was ...
... 100AUD!!! No one thought twice about the price.
Back home, we are with Diana and Yousef and watched Puss in Boots which we got free at Maccas. I opened my Christmas cards and present from dad (opening mums on the Three Wise Men Day) which was a lovely surprise, a globe for my Thomas Sabo bracelet which was exactly the one I wanted! So happy but I did get homesick reading them although Nat was the only one to cry ...
... opportunity to do some reflection. Feel free to skip the following paragraphs! I will share some thoughts on me as a traveler and how I felt about Barcelona in comparison to Valencia.
I really like to explore—neighborhood by neighborhood a popular city of the world. I would’ve like to have had more time in Barcelona. It’s bigger than Valencia, so I think maybe twice the amount of time I had spent in Valencia. Well, then again, I ...
... waved at our family with a big smile. We had apparently made our first amigo in Spain. When we first walked up the stairs into the sunshine (but blustering winds) of Plaza Sol we had no idea where we were or which direction to take down Calle Mayor to find our apartment. After getting settled in, noshing on some local fare, a few showers and naps and then a great dinner we found ourselves back at Plaza Sol for about the fourth time that same day. My brother commented, "Six hours ...