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TravelPod Member ReviewsVincci Soma Madrid
This is our first European hotel. There are no tea of toast making facilities. We have to go out if we want anything.
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... amounts cut to order. It's sliced see through thin using a sharp knife and the ham legs are held in this contraption that if you are lucky enough to have one often becomes a valuable family heirloom. They are quite the thing of beauty. The carvers become quite expert at their trade and with some of this Iberian ham and some Spanish bread there's the basis for a good feast pre Prado Museum.
It's almost 11:30 now so time for snooze. Adios.
... for a building that I had read about that you could head up the top for a nice view over the city. We couldn't find it and we're feeling pretty hungry so just found a small cafe for a bite to eat. Then it was off to the James Bond Exhibition that I found, on for the month of May. There were so much memorabilia and props to look at... Simmo was in his element! It was a fun afternoon seeing him like a little boy in a candy shop telling me all about the props and which movie they ...
... It was the first time that I'd felt real heat since leaving Egypt almost 2 months earlier. We had planned to stay in Spain's capital for 3 nights and it was not the heat, so much, that I was unimpressed with but more the fact that the first time I was getting to feel it was in a city located hours from the beach!
We were staying in a place called 'Fabrizzio Guest House'. It was in a perfectly central location. We were able to travel around on foot the whole time that we were ...
... which I really liked. However, I have a sneaking suspicion it's a café meant to attract native Madrileños to an American-themed bar. It wasn't touristy but everything was in English. I don't know.
Later on, I went back to the Institute to meet up with the other Spanish students. We headed downtown to the Bellas Artes Center, which has a view of the whole city of Madrid from it's terraza. It ...
... It is nice to know she cares so much.
Nat and I then went to a shopping centre and Decathlon (the biggest sports shop that went further than the eye could see, literally) to buy a container for my lunch. It was very specific. Most of the other shops I'd never heard of. To keep kids entertained whilst their parents were shopping they had zoo animals that were like bikes that the kids rode around on - it was adorable! We ended up at Starbucks where I had the most amazing ...