Holiday Inn Express Madrid Leganes
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... circle with a triple a big concrete thing in the middle and water falling down... OK, next suburb.
1459. Pleasant Town Center (Spa 097)
Mostoles, January 8, 2013, Day 182
2 hrs, 8.0 kms
it's already dusk as I reach Mostoles. I do finally find some cool modern art sculptures and sculptured gardens, but it's too dark to get any decent pictures... and one of the most disturbing graffitti paintings I've seen in a while of a guy pointing a gun with the ...
... it was very interesting to learn at the time. Our guide also took us to a bridge that is apparently the most popular bridge for suicide in Madrid. Rumour has it that the first woman to jump off from it did so because her rich family didn't approve of her marrying a poor man so she would have rather died than lived without him. Unfortunately, her dress was so big she got hooked on a tree branch after she had jumped and sort ...
... help appreciably improve the features of your cooking area and also improve the purchase ability within your home. The kitchen possesses probably the most important impact on doing the right impression when anyone comes to watch your home. To be honest if you are considering changing your home which usually suggests increasing your home loan to buy a larger or far better property you will not want to have to devote even more money ...
... Antonio agreed that it was a sad occasion, and also told us that things like this happen in Spain relatively often. There is a terrorist group in the north of Spain called the ETA, or the Euskadi Ta Askatasuna. Euskadi is another name for Basque and is also the name of the language spoken in this section of Spain. In Euskadi, their name means “Basque Homeland and Freedom”. Antonio told us that they have been reeking havoc on the country for years; they were not ...
... I feel inclined to share.
The first, and most important, was how fortunate I was to have my mom come visit two weeks ago. It was fun showing her and her friend Jackie around Spain, and I must admit was a huge boast to my Spanish self-esteem acting as their personal translator. The first day I met them outside of the Prado, and took them to El Parque de Buen Retiro; Retiro is ...