Be Smart Madrid Diana Aeropuerto
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- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... shall they cease to be the property of the colony Genetiva Julia. And any person using the produce of the same on the ground of such purchase shall be condemned to pay each year to the colonists of the colony Genetiva Julia 100 sesterces for every juger and shall be sued and prosecuted by any person at will for that amount in accordance with this law.
91. Respecting any person elected or appointed decurion, augur, or pontiff in the colony ...
... and let me in.
The building was quite nice and the fact that there was a doorman made me feel like I would be very safe staying here.
Beatriz welcomed me with un abrazo (a hug) and said that the Italian girl had just left so they were still cleaning up the apartment. Her younger son, Dario (age 8), was on the couch because he wasn't feeling well and Beatriz introduced me to Phillipe, a sweet, curly haired hombre (man), whom I ...
... our hotel after a shortish walk - quite proud of that as we were maples at that time!
Bags deposited in the hotel we set off to explore the local area and discovered the Royal Palace(huge) cathedral,and a few other monuments whose names seem to escaped me. The day was capped off with some tapas and vino tinto (red wine ) followed by a long hot shower and collapse into ...
... hotel for abit of relax time. All recharged and we were ready for our Tapas Tour and saw another Gypsie fight and also heard our tour guide being heckled by one ha ha ha. We ate more yummy food, drank more sangria and tried Spanish Cider also learnt one of the stories....That back in the day they only had money to spend on food or booze ...
... is everywhere - don't even think about trying to avoid it, because you can't. My favorite breakfast food is called barritas - toasted bread with tomato sauce. And paella, one of the most delicious things known to man, is a rice dish.
And coffee. Café con leche is the best thing ever. Hands down. Starbucks just won't make up for it when I get home.
In sum, if you're on a diet, Spain is not for you.