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... big wholesale Chinese stores and Chinese restaurants... but not any real Chinatown charm, just big, boxy businesses. This is Christmas Eve, and I'm hoping to experience some of the Spanish Christmas charm. But unlike Semana Santa (Easter), this is more of a family holiday rather than a go out to the streets holiday--I see well dressed people heading off to spend the evening with their extended families, but that's about it. Finally I reach the northern edge of the ...
... Century buildings built in Madrid. We also took a ride up to the roof of El Corte Inglés (department store) in the heart of Madrid, and saw some really spectacular views of the entire city.
This was really the week to see some great views, as Thursday I went with my friend Shannen the the rooftop of Círculo de las Bellas Artes for yet even more stunning views, and we also checked out a display on Sephardic Jews in Spain. It was cool that I was also doing ...
... Aires were playing and singing. We join in.....the little man in the yellow shorts is clapping and winking at all the women. He gives me a manly bear hug....the guitar plinks wildly....the singing reaches a Tappasy crescendo....this is the real Spain! TODAY MONDAY WE HEAD FOR CORDOBA!! BY TRAIN! Please click on this - you will need sound - a tribute to "my Spain" of the 1980s!!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLTZNVQF t3c&sns=em A major sight seeing ...
... is a collection of houses in a city block of the old Jewish quarter; all joined together with a series of courtyards, patios and little nooks. There are about 200 guest rooms in total. The porters earn their money and are in a constant sweat. The place is fantastic; there is nothing like a hotel with history. We are currently having a beer and a cup of tea in one of the courtyards watching ...
... is famous for is its ceramics.
Because the city is literally surrounding the river, long ago the people realized that they had a lot of mud on their hands, along the banks. So, one thought led to another and all of a sudden- boom! Spin it on a wheel a bit, and bobs your uncle, you got yourself some ceramic. That obviously caught on quickly with the rest of the world, so nobody knew it was from Spain because everybody and their mama was ...