Foxa M-30 Suites & Resort
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... passionate sport for those who have grown up with it as part of their culture.
Following our morning stop in Ronda we continued on to Grenada where we would spend the next two nights in the beautiful town of Grenada, home to the famous Alhambra Palace. That night we were treated to a special private flamenco dance performance at our hotel. It was unlike anything we have ever seen before, very unique and the energy of the dancers was incredible. Just when ...
... just one, probably the most famous one, the Museo del Prado. We wanted to take advantage of the museum's free admission between 6 and 8 p.m., so we still had several hours to explore Madrid before getting our cultural fix. We really just wandered, winding our way through neighborhoods for hours. The Beaux-Arts architecture along the broad leafy avenues is very grand, so we enjoyed that. Tucked away behind the wide avenues are cobblestone streets ...
... got up there they would be queuing for even longer. Suckers.
My next stop was Puerta de Alaca a massive arch in the middle of a roundabout, I stopped to take photos in the middle of the two roads (where there's the line of trees) so all the cars were confused as to whether they could go or not! When the pedestrian lights turn green all the motorcyclists get off their bike and carefully walk it over the crossing then keep going - something I've never ...
... if you were white, but Asians got quizzed a lot more than us and we soon learnt why after one tried claiming something from one month before they even got to Australia.
On the plane, I was sitting next to Sasha in the middle row, but also next to the worlds sleaziest Italian. Think, stereotypical Italian guy in a movie with a mustache and all. He was really nice though (too nice). He grabbed all my things and shoved them in the compartments but because they were full ...
... CS member invited me to his house for lunch. Wagner actually came to the hostel, escorted me via train back to his apartment where we cooked Paella. As I watched him prepare the dish I carefully wrote down all the ingredents and the method. It was absolutely delicious. Cant wait to try making it at home.
This is the reference Wagner left for me on Couchsurfing.