Vincci Capitol Hotel
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... Tapas, clearly confused by our lack of Spanish the girl provided two beers and a small fried potato dish, however at a total of €3 we should have stayed for more. Hungry and tired we returned to the hotel and the ventured out locally, clearly not knowing what or where we random choose a place that looked reasonable but as it turned out choose poorly. Whilst not a bad meal, we paid too much and fell for the bread ...
Sitting in Madrid Altocha station waiting for the train to Granada. First rainy day but will be 'training' anyway. Pushed our way through thousands of competitors on their way to the start of the Madrid marathon. We've had a busy few days in Valencia and Madrid, both beautiful cities but not what we were expecting. Spent time in Valencia roaming the old town, admiring all the amazing mosaic work, visiting the markets ...
... cheaper than the tourist trap Flamenco shows!). I asked about where I should get dinner afterwards and she suggested I go to El Mercado de San Miguel for late night tapas en Puerta del Sol. I had walked through the market earlier in the day, knew exactly where it was and had been enticed by many of the delicacies I had seen (except the fish part...ewww!)
I jumped on the Metro at about 7:15 and arrived at Plaza Legazpi about 20 ...
... Castellana towards Cibeles, a giant square on the same street with a giant roundabout with an enormous fountain in the center. Thousands of people lined the streets with Spanish flags, and we heard many chant "viva Espaņa!" (long live Spain!)
Every year on the 12th of October in Madrid there is also a giant parade that recognizes all of the Spanish military. The king of Spain (who is commander in chief of the military in Spain) began the parade with a military send-off ...
... 8216;Pueblo’ has their own fiesta. So one might think that what represents each Pueblo in Spain is their Fiestas, but its not. Even though many of this traditions are very old, the Soccer teams have managed to become an extension of the soul of each Pueblo, and this is very different to the English teams because in England the football fans are not as closely related to their football teams from their hometowns as the Spanish team is. There are three components ...