Espahotel Plaza de Espana
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... carry it down the stairs. very bizarre. One thing worth pointing out is how much we in Australia are being ripped off by the price of staple items. 1.25 litre bottles of water for example were about 30 Euro cents (about 42 cents). Sparkling water the same size about 60 cents. 4 pack of yogurt about $1.20. Prices we pay in Australia are just absurd. Bottled water in the streets is always less than 1 Euro. I finally ...
... money. Never the less, the have very beautiful palaces to see.
Then, I visited the different Plazas in Spain. The most famous is La Puerta del Sol because the official symbol of Madrid, The Bear and The Strawberry Tree, is located here. The Plazas have lots of street performers to see. People who are dressed up in costumes, people doing tricks, dancers, and people who are dressed up and try to scare people. The most interesting street performers to me ...
For the first time since we left Australia, we didn't make it to breakfast today. We were buggered. Might have had something to do with our new Australian friends being thirsty people!! We stumbled into Starbucks around the corner from our hotel ...
... the Royal Palace the parks, the restaurants, the shopping etc. etc. are all pretty incredible. We ended our evening with an elevator ride up to the Rooftop Terrace Restaurant called Tartan Roof. It's located at the top of the Circulo de Belles Artes building. We were treated to spectacular views of the entire city. Back at the hotel packing for our drive to Granada tomorrow. Our two night stay in Madrid has been ...
... You've got several hours up your sleeve before your flight because you took the day off work, the sun is shining and your belly is full of homemade cookies. Life is perfect.
Several cancelled trains later due to signal failure (SIGNAL FAILURE, REALLY TFL? REALLY???), and numerous train journeys between tube stations later as you try to find a line to Gatwick that isn't experiencing signal failure you find yourself googling ...