Amura Alcobendas Hotel
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... will sit at the table at least this long, while talking and most likely drinking. For Americans two hours for a meal is an eternity, and the waiters don’t like to be rushed. They like to take their sweet time chatting with each other, maybe go take a smoke, and then thirty plus minutes later you will see them again. When you don’t rush the waiters they can be quite nice though, and sometimes will give you free tapas.
Number 4: Spaniards ...
... else. It was a Monday night and fairy early, but still jumping. Apparently on Saturday evenings it goes all night and ends up with people dancing in the streets until dawn!!
We’re off to Marrakech tomorrow for four days – a dream come true – but it will be Saturday night when we get back…
Look out Madrid – in the words of the Immortal Jimi Hendrix
"Here I come baby, comin’ to gitcha!!"
... 10th, dedicated to St Lorenzo. The architetural style is unique, by Juan de Herrera. The entire complex has 2,673 windows [if anyone is counting].
Philip II was very religious. He built a royal palace around a basilica, to be close to his god. Off the altar, there are connecting rooms for the king and queen to access same.
The group split into Spanish and English speakers. Sorry, Esther, I joined the English lot. It was a bit ...
... shop. We each had a mug of chocolate, churros and some pourros as well. I think I have decided I'm not a big fan of churros, they taste a little deep fried.
After dinner we all returned to the hostel and I met my new dormmate Carrie from Canada, who had arrived during the day on a 19 hour overnight bus trip from Paris, we were quickly joined by Anna from Estonia. My room to myself was quickly filling up! After chat with the girls, it was off to ...
... t standing out as a tourist, etc. This was followed by dinner at a cafe that specialized in Iberico, a delicious cured ham. Our group enjoyed various local meats and cheeses and then saw "Kilometre Zero"
Kilometre Zero is simply a plaque at the Old Royal house of the Post Office that indicates the very middle of the entire country. A nearby tour guide said if you step in the center it means you will find your way back to Spain one day. After stepping into ...