AC Palacio del Retiro, Autograph Collection
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... Madrid's Park, Retiro Park (Parque de Retiro). We arrived just in time before the sun went down to see it. It is a large spacious park with fountains, statues, and a small lake that people could take row boats out on.
Since it was getting dark and we had dinner reservations at 7 p.m. (or 19:00) at Cafe de Chintas, another flamenco dinner and dance show, we hopped back on the metro to head for dinner. The show was very entertaining and we were able ...
... you can buy anything from paella pans and masking tape to leather goods and antiques. Every time we turned down another block there were more stalls! After lunch (donars in an outdoor cafe - not very Spanish but delicious nonetheless!), we made our way up to the Royal Palace. The English royals won't be happy to hear this but the Spanish have a bigger throne room. Too soon our tired little feet were barking, so we returned to our blissfully air conditioned apartment for ...
... to order a WHOLE platter of this (some of the platter had lobster and other sea-food on it, but Oliver didn't really care about that part). It was a seafood platter for TWO. But, when it was delivered to the table, Oliver exclaimed that his birthday wish had come true and he proceeded to consume almost the entire platter (I think he left some kale for the rest of us to split). The rest of us 'feasted' on starters of Calamari, pimientos ...
... at another lively little square lined with trees along the Calle de las Huertas (Orchard Road) for some welcome refreshments - a sangria and what looked like a beer/cider that someone had at the table next to ours. Chris ordered what he thought was cider. It tasted quite nice. Later the waiter told us it was "cerveza con limone" - sounded like beer and lemonade. Yes, Chris had a shandy.
There was a place that served Churros, freshly prepared. The clients were largely glued to ...
... Last night some of the other women in our dorm decided to go out dancing. We'd talked about it the night before and I said, yes, I was interested in going salsa dancing. Of course! I love Salsa dancing! Got back to the hostel last night around 9:30 and ate my dinner and wrote my blog entry. Got back in the room around 10:30 and they were just hanging out so I thought that maybe they decided not to go. Then one of the two sisters (confirmed ...