Globales Hotel de los Reyes
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... an English option but it only translates the first page then it is back to Spanish). Pre's in our room before we went to dinner. Drizzling. Kiwi almost bought an umbrella, but it had no Spanish motif's on it... Almost risked a couple of places, but again No English, written or spoken, and they were busy and distracted with the soccer on (Atletica Madrid 1 0 against Real Madrid, cheering all over town. Ate Italian which was very good, with a very nice bottle ...
... be completely different words!
Spaniards use body language a lot! And I have picked it up, I'm really self conscious of it because I rarely use my hands when I'm at home so I subconsciously put my hands in my pockets when I talk to avoid doing it!
Everyone sings to music, and there is literally nothing funnier than listening to Spanish people try to sing English confidently but stuff the words up completely or make up new ...
... is legally right doesn't create the 'right' society but one where people are too afraid, with good reason, to express themselves. Also, people here learn that if something goes wrong to take responsibility and admit that they stuffed up, compared to automatically blaming someone else, who isn't always in the wrong, because it's easier to blame someone else. Our quality of life is too affected by other people and their stupid beliefs, if only we could look at ...
... 14€ but they were one size fits all and too big for me. Ana spent so long choosing between two dresses even though her mum (through text), Diana and me preferred the first. 20 stressful minutes later she bought both, which doesn't help the situation tomorrow. Whilst trying them on, she asked my opinion and I said "it's so flattering" but they didn't understand, so I put it in the translator; I showed Diana and she started laughing so I thought '**** it translated ...
... lanes and nothing is a better indication at her personality than that.
We went to lunch at El Molino Madrid - they always go to every length to impress us (from the main restaurant). Entree was three types of ham, bread, cheese and bruschetta (that's NOT Italian, but really it is, they can think what they like). Lunch was really interesting though; we got already - sliced-steak which looked a bit raw but I went to eat anyway to which everyone shouted. W ...