Holiday Inn Express Madrid Airport
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... we were on our way to explore this great city. A tourist brochure helped us decide which way to proceed and after a short stop at the jardins of Sabatini which once had been quite stately but now a little neglected we found our way into the Palacio Real de Madrid. Wow! Some of the most amazing interiors we've ever been privileged to see. Brilliant frescos, beautiful paintings, tapestries and ...
... so we got the Spanish version, unfortunately.
We were pretty beat after our day of travel and running around Madrid, so we headed back to the apartment. While on the metro, we met these college guys completely decked out in American red, white and blue stars and stripes supporting the USA game earlier...it was pretty funny. After that little laugh, we made a stop at Mercado de San Miguel for some tapas! Yummy, but oh so pricey! Totally worth it!!
... needed for John and me, and the kids got yet another fanta de limon; we were able to hang there until Mikel, the apartment owner, showed up in the middle of the downpour to open the apartment.
Our Madrid apartment is small, it is on the second floor and is located in the art & cinema district of Madrid. We have a "master bedroom" that is street side, across from a couple of pubs. The good news is that all noise stops about 3am until about 6am. There ...
... actually. It turns
out that about a half hour after Sigga and I returned to our hostel the
protest got very violent not far from where we were staying. Over 100
people were injured and around 30 were arrested. Firecrackers were
thrown at police,tear gas was used by the police and a lot of tearing
down of parts of buildings and breaking windows occurred. Pretty intense
stuff for an American who isn't used to protests in general! ...
... Madrid. He asked for the average price of an apartment in SF. I quote $2,000. He asked if I spoke other languages besides English and Spanish. I tell him I also spoke Chinese. He was mighty impressed. I tried to counter that my Spanish is so bad, it doesn't count, but he insisted it was good. Hey, for some rosetta stone learning plus Spanish classes for 3 weeks, I guess I'm doing pretty well.
Yes, we had a real conversation, even though I spoke ...