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... bars that cater to late-night clientele on a nightly basis. It is customary to eat dinner late here, every night of the week, so we stopped in for a quick bite a couple of blocks from the apartment, pretty much in the center of the city. The following day I got an unprecedented walking tour of the city, complete with history lessons from Pedro. Madrid has many well-kept parks and maintains the heritage of old-world European architecture with its narrow alleys ...
The sun is shining!!! It's about 5o but the sun is shining and it looks like it’ll be a beautiful day J Grenada is at the base of the Sierra Nevada mountains which rise up to 11,000 feet above sea level. The tops are completely covered in snow at the moment.
We started the day with a visit to La Alhambra. WOW! It’s a huge palace and fortress complex built up a hill and is just amazing.
We toured around inside and the detail ...
... a bit for people to show up. However, We started dancing anyway. They played a couple of merengue songs!!! When I started leading my friend, a couple of guys came over at try to dance with us. It was funny, they were like....come dance with us... The guy I danced with said to me...oh you dance really well, where did you learn...so I told him Canada! lol It was a fun night.
I think Im going to post this first part while I keep writing the ...
... s. It was a full half chicken (I’m pretty sure there was half a head on it), with a smattering of spices on top. The next day was a free day in Lisbon, so we had a wander around. We went down to the waterfront, where there were more pretty buildings. Then we went to a big shopping centre that was supposed to have an indoor rollercoaster and go-kart track. I went to check them out and they were definitely aimed at kids – the rollercoaster was incredibly tame, and the ...
... left to do in Metro Madrid is eat, drink and shop. The good news is that there are plenty of places to delight in all three diversions.
My culinary quest sent me in search of Jamon Iberico, a gourmet ham I’d only seen in Spanish travel shows and once at a fancy market in Seattle. At over $80 per pound, Iberico Ham is best hand-shaved directly from the preserved leg of a pampered pig. It took me a couple of tries before I found what ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services