Gran Melia Fenix
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Hi everyone, Have arrived in Madrid after a very tiring couple of flights. Getting too old for this OS stuff. Lol. Met up with the guide whose name is Heather (her mother was Scottish) and the rest of the tour group. We are 40 in total. There are 5 of us from Adelaide, people from Sydney, Melbourne & Queensland, as well as America and Canada. …
... in this special place. The detail found in both the Catholic and Moorish elements of the Cathedral is hard to put into words but it seemed like everywhere we looked we were taken aback by what we saw.
After a nice evening in Cordoba we headed out the next morning for Madrid. As a nice change from our normal bus transportation we had the chance to take the high speed train. That meant that what could have been a 7-8 hour bus ride was instead a very comfortable ...
... it was after 9 p.m. and we had walked more than 13 miles. We had planned to make dinner quickly and rally for our hostel's pub crawl in order to check out Madrid's legendary nightlife, but Dennis got some unexpected last-minute work assignments that were a struggle to complete with our hostel's bad internet connection, plus we were very tired, so we stayed in to cook at a more leisurely pace with a bottle of wine instead. We push ourselves a lot, ...
... no chairs or plants, the only thing was a cloth haging off them where they were attacking the local council. Almost all the doorways had sheets stapled on them saying that their electricity had been cut off for not paying. I refrained myself from taking any more than two photos just so I could absorb myself in this mysterious land. I eventually came across one person, the only one, a black man in his 40's who was crying hysterically and talking on the phone. ...
... t stop moving no matter what so people were literally falling over everywhere!
On the bus, I was holding onto one of the tie things that hang down from the rail but, typical me, didn't realise that it actually slides along the length of the rail and therefore if you just keep holding onto it expecting it to make you stable you will end up on your ass along with two others. Awkward.
The airport itself is massive, and weird. For as far as the eye can see in ...