Foxa M-30 Suites & Resort
Travel Blogs from Madrid
... landed late on a Wednesday night. One of my friends from high school, Kastin, moved here almost seven years ago and has lived between here and Morocco ever since. I was able to stay with him and his partner, Pedro for the weekend. They were such welcoming hosts and had planned nonstop activities for the extended weekend in Madrid (so much so I have not had time to even update my blog for nearly a week!). They invited me along to a birthday celebration for a ...
... 150 Euro!!!!!!!! Poor Pablo got back in the car by himself (as we had already dropped the car and unloaded) and went and fuelled up - thought my life may not be worth living for awhile . . .
Anyway, checked in early and had some lunch (we missed brekkie for a change!) and then just hung around the airport for awhile. Flight on time - left Madrid just after 5pm and landed in Rome just after 7pm. Grabbed our bags and walked ...
... saw different people both times.
That evening, we met up with Alina and went out downtown again. This evening was even better than the first. We had diner at this tapas bar called "El Tigre" It was pretty awesome. You buy a drink, and they give you all this food with it. So for maybe 3.50 Euros, we had a drink and diner. It is also a random assortment of food that you get, so you can try different things as well. We we SO full after that. After eating ...
... are a Portuguese tradition, which was nice to see. We stopped in an area called Belem, where there was a concentration of pretty buildings and a famous pastry shop where they make Portuguese tarts, which are little tarts made from crunchy puff pastry and filled with custard, and they are browned on top like a brulée. They’re served hot in the shop, and you put cinnamon and icing sugar on top. They're nice cold, too. For dinner we had Portuguese chicken, which is nothing like ...
I would not dare complain about a trip to Europe, but by my third week there, and well into my third month abroad, travel fatigue began to set in. The ennui of moving from city to city and room to room was further aggravated by two factors; one the obvious fact that Europe was my most expensive destination overall, and the other the less overt lack of challenge and adventure. The Old Country would prove a logistic cake walk in comparison to places ...
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