Apartahotel Villa de Parla
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... showing that they are pro-independence and a team that follows Catalan ideals. ‘Los Colchoneros’ which is the nickname given to the fans of Atletico de Madrid, have this nickname because the initial jersey of the team as blue and white striped. The club then realized that, as the fabric used for the mattresses was used in intervals of red and white, obtaining red and white fabric was way cheaper than blue and white, so they changed their main colors because ...
... works in the streets,
crying, kissing eachother it was truly a celebration and I felt so fortunate to
be apart of the magic. We made our way to the Plaza and got ourselves the
perfect spot right infront of the DJ stage which was playing all the game
highlights. It was a dance party in the streets for a solid 2 hours and the
happiness I felt was indescribable. The chances of us being in Madrid for a
game between two Madrid teams, and Real winning their ...
... PACKED. The one I came today was popping and I walked around the 5 floors three times just to find a seat. The other public library that I visited last weekend was less crowded but the elevator made the loudest noise every time it moved. My midterms are almost over so now it’s okay but for the next round of exams I will once again going around in search of a new library for the weekend. During the week I use the Reina Sofia museum library ...
We got back home to find a 40cm wide line had been chiselled the length of the driveway and even Amparo couldn't explain why!
We visited the dogs, for only the second time, I feel sorry for the poor things, living in third-world conditions and get no human attention.
I concluded that I was actually wrong about the restaurant not doing tapas - ...
... Spain and how Madrid came about to be the capital. It's the exact center of Spain in El Puerta de Sol, so they moved the capital there so that it can pretty much expand indefinitely.
We ended at the Royal Palace, which had a beautiful view of the mountains and was GIGANTIC. From there we just went to lunch, had some paella, whatever. Peter took us to Retiro Park, and on the way we saw Museo del Prado. Retiro ...