Be Smart Madrid Diana Aeropuerto
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... a car in Atlanta, it would be my main method of transportation to and from everywhere I needed to go.
Another huge difference between Spain and the United States is food. In the United States, our diet consists of three meals a day that are loaded with meat and carbs and maybe a glass of wine at dinner. However, it is very different in Europe. Here, the Spanish eat a light breakfast early before work or class and then have a coffee break around ...
... want the basics--a soft pretzel and a regular deli sando. Sooo good. If this place was closer to our apartment, I might have gone for every meal.
2. G&Ts Part 2. We started our gin obsession on Mallorca and we definitely finished it in Madrid. I had found two bars (one block from each other) that were supposedly one of the best G&T bars you could find. We skipped dinner and opted to just drink ...
... of adjectives). From there, we travelled to Granada, had a group dinner, and then took a late night walking tour of the old city, afterwards going to see a traditional Flamenco show! That was so much fun! I loved being able to finally see that in person! It was a small space, yet the performers were so talented! The next day, we went up to visit the Alhambra, which is a giant, royal palace and grounds, one of the most beautiful palaces I have seen (in pictures or in ...
... de San Miguel, a collection of, according to Steve, "some 30 high-end vendors of fresh produce, gourmet foods, wines by the glass, tapas, and full meals". We ended up at the Plaza de Oriente outside the Royal Palace to watch the sunset. We also picked up a few groceries so we can start our days with eggs and toast for breakfast.
Craig has been hitting the handy Spanish phrases book. He's learned ...
... we found ourselves a restaurant with outdoor seating and a menu del dia selection. Reading the all Spanish menu turned out to be an adventure, but finally we ended up just pointing to a few things and our picks ended up being quite good. My favorite part- the Sangria
With a few extra hours left before ...