Hotel Gema Fuenlabrada
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... are still some buildings around which have a very middle-eastern appearance to them. There is a specific spanish word for these buildings, I cant remember what it is now but it involves rolling the tongue and it means, a building for the christians, built by the moors. It is worth noting that it was only in Madrid that the destruction of the moorish and jewish buildings happened. In other parts of the country, these buildings were repurposed to ...
... Santiago Bernabeu. From there, he introduced me to a few people that he met through his program who also happened to be attending the game that night (unfortunately, their seats were on the other side of the section we were in).
THE REST WAS MAGIC. Madrid must have known I was coming to see them play that night, because the first goal was scored by #18 (a lucky number of mine) within the first 15 minutes of play! The party didn't start until Cristiano Ronaldo ...
... amp; iPad were dead, so we had no music to try & help us to sleep. Luckily we did have our noise canceling head phones but still it wasn't great. I should've just spent the extra money and not listened to the bloke, grrrr it was the worst night sleep ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! A seat is certainly not recommended
So tomorrow we'll be in Madrid at least....hopefully the weather will be nice and hot!
See ya laterAndrea & ...
... fact that they made the same jokes at every point on the tour. We made it through Puerta del Sol, past the opera house and to the royal palace before we gave up and split from the tour in search of food. We ended up after much searching at a ****** restaurant and had some ****** expensive food that made us all very disappointed. We hung around the hostel a bit more, after properly checking in, and did some things I don't really recall. ...
... Blessed Sacrament chapel, which was NOT where they had mass (they had mass in the choir, as in many other Cathedrals, which was once again, neat), and I was vaguely looking to go to confession as well, but I don't speak very much Spanish so it was a little bit of a confusing half an hour but it all worked out in the end. They do Lauds before mass at this particular service and they have little handbooks for Lauds in Spanish that one of the nuns gave me ...