Holiday Inn Express Madrid-Rivas
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... cataract of the Nile and to the great religious center
dedicated to the goddess Isis,
in Philae. In the early 2nd century BC, Adikhalamani (Tabriqo),
the Kushite king of MeroŽ, started its construction by building a
small single room chapel dedicated to the god Amun. It was built and decorated on a similar
design to the ...
... 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 ...
... the splendours of the Alhambra for years. And make no mistake: it is utterly splendid – a feast for the eyes and the imagination with its molded plaster walls, ornate stucco “stalactites”, lacy filigree windows, and stately courtyards filled with splashing fountains and mirror-like pools. I spent hours wandering its rooms and courtyards, marvelling at its gorgeousness and imagining what it must have been like in its heyday, when the ...
... we needed, we headed back to the kitchen. The chef didn't just run us through the routine, he made sure that we understood the reasoning behind every instruction. It really was a great experience and not only did we enjoy eating Paella, Tortilla de Patatas (Spanish Omelette), Pears with Wine and Greek Yogurt, and Malaga Salad (Cod, Oranges, Onions and Olives...sounds horrible but we licked ...
After yesterdays walking tour, our guide had some suggestions for our last day in Madrid. We decided to follow her suggestions and recommendations and went to the San Miguel Market for a lovely Tapas lunch. It was incredible. There was so much variety it was very hard to chose which amazing nibbles to eat. We tired a large variety, there was only a few I probably wouldn't get again. For some reason I didn't ...