Confortel Suites Madrid
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... br> Our Welcome dinner was tonight at Galpolin off of the Gran Via. We had the restaurant reserved for a private dinner and arrived at 7:30, which is very early for Spaniards who normally eat after 9:00 PM. The meal was great! The Spaniards love salads and use unusual ingredients, so our salad was excellent. My meal was hake with an excellent sauce. Steve had the beef stew, which was really more like a pot roast. Very good, but the fish was better. It was a nice ...
... restaurant where there was another amazing potato dish (this one was like baked potatos with a creamy tomato sauce). We also got to try a Spanish wine, which is a more Northern Spanish drink. It consists of a Spanish white wine (about 15% alcohol) mixed with sprite. It was very tasty and rather easy to drink too. The last place we went to was traditional cider bar. Here we got the chance to try a traditional Spanish cider (the Spanish ...
... shows how quickly you become institutionalised doesn't it. We will particularly miss Ben & Jamie who are off to Ireland tomorrow. They were the only people who did the whole trip with us & so we shared a lot if good times together especially as they are Australians too & we could talk to them easily and didn't have to mime or just smile & nod at them. 7/11/2014 Friday We had a bit of a sleep in this morning - no more early starts thank goodness. Then went for ...
... crazy nut with a shell that you throw on the ground in front of you. We had piles all around us and could hear the constant crunching of the shells opening under 10000 set of jaws, everywhere you looked. Smoking and nuts, nuts and smoking.
After the game we caught the metro back and witnessed worlds most packed train platform. The first train to pull up was packed before we could move more than 3 metres so we patiently waited for the next carriage to come carry us towards ...
... people around. I quite like the relaxed nature of this country. Spanish and others such as Italians have their main meal at lunch time. Together with the heat in these countries I suppose would put them into a food coma! Having all the rest in the day means that the evening meal is eaten very late. Restaurants don't seem to get busy until after 8-9pm. Something for me to get used to since I usually eat much ...