Espahotel Plaza Basilica
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... t seem to be any more restaurants or bars, only more shops selling chocolate and the duty free. We eventually found a bar called The Sports bar where a G&T was 14$ Even Dame 'Awkes wouldn't pay that much on principal. So decided to wait as the flight includes free drinks. So we ended up with a bar of chocolate. Emirates treat you really well, free papers in the departure lounge and a very efficient boarding system, no ...
... farmers from Western and South Australia were also wondering how this could be happening. A check on the computer reveals the water is channeled from the River Ebro (Spain's biggest) amongst others. The river starting from the mountains of the Pyrenees and apparently this province contributes about 5% of Spain’s GDP.
It is a real eye opener as to how brilliant some of these people are, and how ahead of us in organizing the infrastructure of their ...
... the song "Isa Isa" play on the loud speaker - this music is what plays through the whole park! It was awesome from the point of view that we Fijians hear a song close to our hearts in Spain and playing at the right time (as we were leaving)!!
The evening ended with going to watch a bullfight. A long tradition in Spain, but not one I was fully into. Oh well - I've seen it and part-took in the experience and not likely to view ...
... it through that alive and unharmed and took a train the next
morning to what turned out to be my favorite city,Seville. Seville had a
small town feel even though it's not small at all,and the beautiful
gardens and plazas along with the mid 70 degree weather and sun made for a
perfect three days there. My friend Julie studied there last semester
which I'm pretty jealous about. We took a boat tour on the river,and
viewed an old palace (very ...
... that was well-known throughout Madrid: Chocolateria San Gines. It's so well-known that celebrities, Spanish and American alike, flock to this place to try out the traditional Spanish hot chocolate and warm, delicious churros that accompany. Suffice it to say, popular opinion wasn't too far off. On the way back to the hotel, we ran into yet a protest in support of the anti-government protesters in Venezuela. They were completely peaceful, holding ...