Hotel Monte Real
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... footwork, my God, the footwork! It was an ecstatic experience, and if I’d stayed longer I would have gone again and again, because each night features different performers, and each performer has his or her own unique style. At Casa de la Memoria they offer hour-long intro classes in flamenco so I thought, “Why not?” and signed up for the next day, hoping it would be taught by the hot guy who'd danced so passionately the night before. It ...
(written various parts at a time while getting from SEA to my hostel here in Madrid)
Made it to London. The flight was pretty uneventful. I had two Filipino women next to me traveling to Israel for two weeks. The flight was just under nine hours - I had a window seat and managed without having to get up. I'm kind of liking this whole "lock my main carry on" thing. I can put my backpack up top without having to really think about it. It's nice having a ...
... and keen to hear about both Australia and how I'm enjoying Spain. I couldn't express my happiness when they told me how surprised they were by my understanding of Spanish and fluency - when I first got here everyone was only surprised by the fact that I'd never learnt Spanish before! Best compliment I could get!
Lunch was massive! Appetisers were prawns, nuts, bread, the tomato-on-bread-stuff and four ...
... in seeing the real city. That’s sad to assume, but for someone like me, I guess it’s a good thing because you get away from those who aren’t there to connect.
I didn’t make any real connections with people, but as an observer, it was fun for me to just look, watch, see, smell, hear, feel, taste, and listen.
I think how I want to travel will vary depending on the location of the destination. For a big city, at least, I now ...
... We think it was about the health sysytem??? Lot's of people, but it was very controlled and peaceful.
After looking for lunch, we found a restaurant called RIBS, which specialised in BBQ ribs. The menu was also available in English, unusual for Spain. Melitta had the ribs and thought they were delicious.
Walking some more, seeing streets performers etc, we headed back to our apartment to take a ...