Amador De Los Rios
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Though I was sure I was going to die on the plane-landing. I have a slight fear of flying and the landings freak me out the most, but this time, I had totally prepared myself to have a crash landing. It's just that when you're 10 feet off the ground and the plane is leaning significantly to one side, you start thinking the worst, and it doesn't help when you have a little bit of an overactive imagination. Luckily everything ...
Started the day with breakfast at La Mallorquina, a well known pastry shop at Puerto del Sol. Joff and I had the famous Napolitanas (chocolate and cream) and espresso with milk. That's it! We're saving our calorie in-take for the cruise buffet! We decided to take the free tour by Sandesman instead of following my itinerary since it's almost the same and then some! Ramon, our tour guide is a great story teller. He shared with us stories about Madrid as ...
... for a good night’s sleep because our tour officially started that next afternoon.
The first item on our itinerary was a bus tour of Lisbon, with a couple of stops along the way at key landmarks. Lisbon is a beautiful city, organized into neighborhoods that are each anchored by one of the seven hills and luckily for us our hotel happened to be at the top of one of the highest hills so we had already been enjoying some excellent views of the skyline ...
... and waiting for him to lie down before they give him his mercy.
During the 6 rounds we saw a few matadors go down but they seem to come away perfectly unharmed. I most note the bulls are extremely courageous and continue to fight and defend themselves until their last breath. We have been and we have seen. We don't want to see again.
During the show our kind neighbour offered us some of those weird shell nuts and some dark chocolate. Due to the fact she only ...
... from the long day before. We went to the big park Parque de el Retiro for a picnic lunch and some Frisbee throwing. Went and walked around the Plaza Mayor and then found some yummy freshly made churros - the best we have ever eaten! That night we found a local restaurant and had a selection of tapas for dinner including croquettes, calamari, meatballs, two different types of bruschetta, and potatoes with a spicy tomato sauce.
All up a great experience in ...