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... for the host to meet us. Five minutes later, Pablo met us organised the garaging for the car and we were introduced to his wonderful flat. It was on the eighth floor with a little terrace and the most fantastic view over the Palacio Real and Jardine's de Sabatini.
We sat and blobbed for a while then decided we were getting hungry, so we headed across town to where Dimi and Mick ...
Okay we really didn't want to offend the locals and make fun of their local ways but had to have a giggle at some of the idiosyncrasies of Spanish restaurant service.
We went to José Maria, Segovia's foremost venue for their famous suckling pig. The reviews said iit was great but whetever you do, don't order anything else on the extensive menu except suckling pig or they'll make your experience a misery.They needed our order before we had even ...
... seriously at all times. It is easy to get lost in the wonders of the city of Madrid, and that is when you become the most vulnerable.
Madrid is a place of marvels and I wish I could spend more time here because I see this large cabaret that I would love to go to because I have never been to a live cabaret before and what better place Europe. I would love to stay in Madrid and see what all wealth in culture and history it could bring me, but I must be on my way ...
... and I definitely want to come back to check out the bar.
Our next stop was El Tigre's brother bar, El Tigre del Norte. It's pretty much the same exact bar as El Tigre but with more space and about a five-minute walk from the original. We stayed there a while before Sarah and I had to head out and go to dinner at home. Isabel made us some delicious pescado, and we then studied more before heading to ...
... around trying to find it. Everyone was getting tired and ****** off by this stage. We finally found it but it was full and the line was going to take three hours! So we stood there discussing what to do for a further hour during which there were plenty of tears and tantrums. They tried organising to go to another club but everyone was beyond over it. The only option was several busses home as the trains had finished for the night.