Amura Alcobendas Hotel
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... Whatever. I donned a blue and white polka dot dress, a jean shirt, and put my hair in braids. Easy enough.
The Top Chef people picked us up in a bus and we drove out to a finca (farm) where we waited for two hours (ugh) for them to cook the food. Finally, we had to do two takes of us walking into the barn area. Turns out filming television takes a LONG time.
When we finally sat down, we had to wait until they "officially" ...
... US and Barcelona for quite some time and now in Madrid. It
Seemed that their children were quite smart and you would never be able to tell that they were
So well off other than from the size of their apartment which was beautiful. It was great to talk
To them in English and to meet such kind and nice people.
Gazpacho = Great cold Spanish soup and Bioja Wine was awesome
... played a bit. For dinner I tried Gazpacho which was AMAZING!
Yesterday Brianna and I went into the city centre.Pato gave us a huge list of things to do but I have to admit we spent more time in H&M and Zara than anything else. Madrid is such a beautiful city but unfortunately it rained a bit whilst so we decided to visit a few bars instead. As Brianna is from the states, she managed to have her first legal drink as well! We walked ...
... While Americans are notoriously under-educated in the history of the rest of the world anyway, the little bit that I did learn was mainly from an American-centric perspective, and I rarely retained the details and timelines of the affairs of other countries. Being able to associate a place with a historic ...
... turbines - there must have been hundreds of them!! Modern windmills. As we get closer to Madrid there are fields of grain as far as the eye can see - vast rolling country all dry and ready to harvest - amongst them the occassional deer can be spotted making the most of their opportunity. I swear their ears looked guilty just poking above the level of the ripened grain.
We arrive in Madrid at 4.30pm and leave for the optional dinner at ...