Hostal Felipe V
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... showtime. I noticed how different this part of the city was than the other places I had seen and understood why Beatriz suggested I go back to Puerta del Sol to grab dinner afterwards. I really had no idea what to expect when walking into Plaza Matadero but had read that "matadero" actually means slaughterhouse, which would explain the eerie, old and mysterious appearance of the plaza that has been lit up with red lighting and turned into ...
... br> After dinner Thursday night we all gathered in the meeting room where Marissa stood behind a large bowl, small cups and an assortment of ingredients. As she added elements to the bowl, she intoned in a serious voice a narration of crushing babies' bones, powdered roaches, etc., when it was actually cinnamon sticks, orange peel, sugar, coffee beans and a strong northern Spain liqueur. Four ladies with painted faces and masks ...
... into the way they operate similarly. Siestas are still common in other parts of Spain, but the modernization in Madrid has all but outdated them and forced the city to become much more Americanized like its counterpart in Atlanta. Major airports in both cities make them major entry points for their respective continents and add to the pace at which people move and conduct business. On a small note, I will give Madrid the benefit of the doubt when it comes to superior metro ...
... friends even if this is their paid job. We ended up walking through the streets near the Gran Villa, the main shopping street with lots of stores, bars, and clubs. I really liked it and can't wait to go back. Brenda me dijo que hay una tienda que vende crepes buenos, una discotéca que está gratis los miércoles, y más. Estoy enamorado para explorar todo.
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... the one in Madrid) that was
stunning inside. I put pictures below. Seville also has this enormous
cathedral which contains the tomb of Christopher Columbus(more pictures
below). It also had a bell tower that you could climb up to the top of
and get an amazing view of the city. It was so cool! After getting a
large serving of gelato Sigga and I hopped into a train heading to our last
destination: Granada. Granada was also really cool,but besides the ...