Hotel Gema Fuenlabrada
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... t know they had ever settled in Europe. So much for my appreciation of history. So the christians went to war with the moors and took over their fort and the moors ran away to the next hill where they set up shop. Over time three neighbourhoods grew up around each other, the moors, the christians and the jews. This was all good until the time of Queen Isobel, who was a devout catholic. At that time Rome set up the inquisition, so Izzy followed suit ...
... We followed another guy by walking across two train tracks to get to our platform. When in Rome ... ... It's now 12.46 am. We arrived safely a tour hotel called Stella Della Marina Monterosso. It's a 300 year old building and is very charming - really lovely. We checked in and headed down to the square to get Pudd something to eat. He had a cream pastry and a cup of tea, and then we both had two scoops each of ice cream. I had nocciola and Nutella - so good! It's bed time ...
... half of the trip (as far as Zaragoza) I sat next to this guy with a huge grey mustache and full urban leather cowboy gear, including a cowboy hat. From his phone calls (interpreted from my bad Spanish) and reaction to his phone ringing I deduced he was a drug smuggler. I slept for quite a bit, and awoke to find myself in the middle of a huge desert, spotted with craggy peaks and plateaus and mesas etc. It ...
... t spent too long, and likely won't spend much more time there, but the surrounding area is loaded with tapas restaurants, so we may be back. Extremely tired, the latest we could hold out for dinner was 7pm. Not bad, actually. We went to a bar/restaurant close to our apartment and had our first Madrid tapas experience. Tapas - small plates of food - are standard cuisine in Madrid. Instead of either of us ordering a meal, we ordered a series of tapas (similar to appetizers) ...
... so it's very dark and I don't have to worry about bothering other people by talking. It's pretty nice actually - you can sort of see the Cathedral lit up in the distance. It's starting to get a bit chilly though after two hours so I'm going to head back downstairs soon. Tomorrow I fly to Paris! I will miss Spain a lot though. I'm going to have to switch languages, just when I'm starting to really get comfortable with Spanish. Luckily I'll be back in just about a ...