Insignia Arturo Soria Suites
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... tickets for great seats in the middle of the stadium on the second section. Yes, they were pricey but they were worth it!
We decided to stay in the area of the stadium for the next three hours before the game so we found a Tony Roma restaurant near the stadium and enjoyed the meal and cervezas until it was time to go find our seats. Outside the stadium was pandemonium! Crowds had formed at the players entrance, mounted police had formed a barrier ...
... bailed on dessert for some drinks instead. Across from the resturauant there was a Turkish bar that sold Sangria Towers, either 3 or 5 ltr's!!!! Whooooo sold!! We only got the 3ltr one ant it was only €15.... Sooooo cheap!!! After that it was to a local club.. Free Tequlia shots on arrival than 2 drinks for €12. Whatever drink u wanted also.. Was good to have a dance.. A few of the posse went to another club but with a cover of €15 I wasn't that keen.. ...
... learn about how the wine is made. We're all so excited!!
A few days ago on Monday, we took a walking tour of the historic area of Madrid, which included La Plaza del Sol, La Plaza Mayor, and other notable areas of the city. We loved getting on our feet and tackling the city right away!
I'm loving the weather here, because it's just like how it is at home, minus the humidity. I can't get over the ...
... s arrival or go through the park and visit the Museo de Sofia. The group that went to the Museo de Sofia were able to view the works of Miro, Dali, and Picasso. Afterwards, the group found a location on the Pope’s route, but the route was changed at the last moment for security reasons. Everyone was able to see the welcome ceremony from large televisions screens that ...
... Carmen but now is used by a university. We also managed to visit an art museum, the Museo de Bellas, which had a good collection of Spanish art, supposedly second only to the Prado in Madrid.
We had our first encounter with Gypsies in Seville. No major problems except very aggressive requests for money.
We had a small apartment there and were able to do laundry and eat in a bit, but we also had some of ...
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