Espahotel Gran Vía
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... find in the bottom of a handbag or rather about 20 handbags. Even down to scrunched up tissues. Geoff came up with the theory that they were the spoils from stolen bags which looked quite possible. There were lots of purses all being put in a brief case. The rubbish was being gone through & being put in a bin. We had thought to stay in the cafe for the afternoon but after seeing all that going on we thought to go on back & sit at the hotel instead. Life is certainly ...
... in a rush to be somewhere. Also in Korea the tall buildings are just suffocating. In that sense the narrow small streets of Europe are just fantastic places to wander around. On the topic of wandering around I really have become fearless about going into new places at sometimes not the best hours to be out. I know that the most important thing is to maintain a confidant walk. Another thing that I grew to like here is making my bed. I never felt it was necessary but its ...
... shopping the streets of Barcelona and also indulging in Tapas, Paella and Sangria in Madrid.
If you ever get the opportunity to go to Spain, After you experience the hustle and bustle of Barcelona, the heat waves of 35- 40 degrees in Madrid and the adrenaline of running with the bulls in Pamplona, you need to check out the breathtaking San Sebastian located on the west coast of ...
... at our homestay from the hotel telephone, we decided to walk to our new apartment to say hola! Her name is Esperanza and so far she is very nice and is a fabulous cook – she used to own her own restaurant so she makes everything fresh in the house. When we first had lunch with her, she showed us videos of her 8 month old grandson for about 20 minutes, very cute.
Our apartment is….un poco interesante. We are ...
... ants, human body parts, pyramids, moons, sailboats, and sexual references. At times, his paintings looked just plain weird.
In the general Reina Sofia Museum we bee-lined to all of the Picasso paintings. The moderness of his works made it practically impossible to comprehend any form of message. Most of them were titled very straight-forward. Our favorite/funniest was ¨Musical Instruments on a Table.¨ It looked like a canvas that ...