Espahotel Gran Vía
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... the turn into their street was blocked off. So we tried to get there another way no luck, rang the police who said it should be OK so drove back and the barrier was gone. We parked right outside the station and the police were great, the paper work was done quickly and efficiently, they said that they have about 5 such incidences a day!!! The also thought that the thieves would have been after cash and would most likely discard the passports ...
... I made from the Netherlands earlier in the year, and some friends of theirs from home who visited them this weekend.
But probably the most special thing I was able to do this week is Skype with my grandmother for her birthday. She is a super special, beautiful and kind-hearted grandmother who has been my inspiration through all my travels. She herself has visited all 7 continents of the world, all 50 states, and pretty much everywhere imaginable in her life. It ...
... I wanted, then it was a swim in the pool and lazing on the poolside lounges. For dinner we decided to head down the backstreets and found ourselves smack in the tourist district for restaurants, who knew other tourist knew the backstreets. The food wasn't great and was typical of food you would get int the tourist district but we have done so well with all our other choices, apart from the sardines/anchovies in ...
whom we are slowly getting to know better and are enjoying more fluid
conversation with. I have a feeling we
will be calling her Abuela (grandma) in no time. Today my expectations were surpassed
on many levels and im trying to keep an open mind when trying new things and
meeting new people. We are settling into a routine of Madrid life which makes
living here so much more of a reality. Tenga Buen Dia!
... where you can instantly see the city’s attraction. Madrid you have to live there. Take time in exploring its museums. Eat out in Latina and Malasana with the locals. Stroll through the parks on a lazy day and also admire the mix of modern and history on your everyday walk through the town. I’m truly grateful that I chose to come to Madrid to study abroad and I got to understand the beauty of a city which I wouldn’t have been able to discover just through a weekend ...