Holiday Inn Madrid - Calle Alcala
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... my wife on why I had very little concern about being "thrown out.") Further, these rooms are not separated by the wall between your den and living room, they are separated by a five to eight foot passage, a small foyer; several of the chandelier photos were taken while standing in the passage out of the line of site of the photo police. But when "caught" and a staffer in one room remonstrated, "no photographs," I would simply nod, apologize and move on ...
... as thick as the Disney/Sea World churros, smothered with chocolate on ¾ of it, and served cold. Absolutely delicious!!!
The afternoon was spent at Parque del Retiro, Madrid's answer to Paris’ Luxembourg Gardens. The Parque was fascinating – a hubbub of activity on the main paved “roads”, yet 20 seconds off the roads it was tranquil and peaceful. The park includes a lake with rowboats, the Palacio de Cristal (a glass palace with ...
... when we got to the club the lights were on and an instructor was
teaching all the ‘moves’. I wasn’t really feeling it because me and Amanda got
stuck with some creepy partners and I just wanted to be swept away by a
fabulous Spanish man. BUT THEN…. It got awesome. The music started to go and we
had a great time doing lots of Spanish inspired dances like salsa and merengue.
THEN… at midnight the bar turned into a full blown disco and they ...
... Bornemisza. Went specifically for the Cezzane Exposition, with many of the paintings on loan from other parts of the world, then moved onto the rest of the artworks in the museum.
Great credit needs to be given to all the bus drivers, who not only coped with city traffic and tiny one way streets, but continual protests and street marches, so that the route could change at any time. Police everywhere, but not sure if they were actualy helping with traffic control ...
... in fact the first thing I was asked at school on my first day was 'are you a virgin?' and people are extremely comfortable being naked!
Parking here is like no where else. If there are no spots, they simply put their hazard lights on and park in the middle of the road, blocking both parked cars from getting out and cars from using the lane when driving. When angle parking, the lines are totally ignored, they park how they like - usually in ...