Holiday Inn Madrid - Las Tablas
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... La Latina and Lavapies, shops and galleries.
For example Conde Duque gallery in a neighborhood touching Malasaņa, a bit disappointing after a long trip, but I found quite a nice cafe, where an American girl was apparently giving English conversation lessons to three Spanish girls.
Madrid is quite a stoney city and it smells. Probably because it hardly ever rains. There are very nice parks but they are far apart. ...
... the dining room etc were all refurbished rooms from when monks used the building. There was even an old chapel inside that was incredibly decorated and still used for weddings and special church services. The character of the place was absolutely amazing.
The next morning, on our way to Seville, we stopped at the small town of Merida which is famous for its Roman ruins that are some of the best preserved in the world. Our tour consisted of the two ...
... hour bus ride to the villa in the mountains. Oh, by the way, I missed the tapas reception tonight, but I'll save that story for another time.
So, Holly, you want to live vicariously through my adventures? This travel stuff is not always seamless, but as I was walking around the city blocks on a beautiful, warm evening in Madrid, I was happy for how alive it makes me feel. Very focused, very engaged, which is what I hope for most days of my life.
After taking some shirts to the laundry (no more sitting in laundromats for us!), we wandered up to the Retiro Park. Should have known better than to have coffee at the cafe next to the lake! Cost three times as much as if it wasn't in that position! Oh well, it was nice watching the people row around on the lake. Went to the Crystal palace and the other gallery in the ...
... boring, poorly done movie I've ever seen and in the end I think I would have understood more if it was in Spanish. But of course, I thanked her profusely and agreed that it's the 'best movie'.
One of Diana's friends came with her 'half past one month' (no idea) year old handbag dog which was actually the most adorable thing, it had a green and a blue eye, it was white and a yellowy-grey with a perfectly ...