Hotel Globales Reina Cristina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... that I was in Morocco on a tourist visa, this is where I'd come every three months to get my passport stamped.
Don't get me wrong, I love Morocco, but frankly it was nice to occasionally come to a place where cars actually stop for pedestrians, where nobody notices me, and where women can walk around anytime, anywhere, in whatever attire they choose without getting heckled and harrassed...
And of course, Spain has no shortage of ...
... of Gibraltar, which the British stubbornly hold on to and refuse even to consider giving back to Spain, just like Spaniards consider it natural that Ceuta and Melilla (together with few rock-islands of the Moroccan coast) are part of Spain rather than Morocco. I guess imperial hangover is hard to get over. The reasons why former empires so persistently cling on to the last symbolic patches of their former might are mostly ideological, rather than practical, but what do I know ...
... and fighting everywhere and loving the attention (and food) from the general public. It was nice to be a proper tourist for a day instead of rehearsing or getting off for a quick WiFi session. Afterwards I managed to get a quick spot of shopping, a few christmas bits, some alcohol and a hard drive to keep all my films on as some days all you want ...
The next day, I went to Plaza. It was so crowded here. I was looking for the gypsy woman who can interpret my dream yesterday. Finally I found her! Then, I talked to the gypsy woman, I said "well, interpret the dream" then she replied "First, swear to me. Swear that you will give me one-tenth of your treasure in exchange for what I am going to tell you". She asked me to go to the pyramid in ...
... a kilogram of beef. The girls roam the square in front of us that has a playground at one end, and some vendors set up selling books, trinkets, candy and other assorted stuff which the girls never seem to tire of. After dinner we head back to the apartment and get showered up and ready for bed. Molly reads to the girls from the Alhambra book we picked up that morning (no so great.) I get a hall pass to wander for a few minutes and make my way to a busy square ...