Catalonia Gran Via
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... sheikh. There was a feeding station here for the apes, with a few almost-dead looking apes lying around.
The next stop is at the Great Siege tunnels, dating from the 1770’s, and useful in the war with Spain and the resulting siege from 1779 to 1783. The information on the tunnel and the siege is well presented, backed up with life-sized figures and real cannons. We penetrate about half a kilometre into the tunnels before giving up. From the plaza at ...
... to Madrid the next evening. I spent my two days walking around the city, eating, drinking, taking photos and swimming at its beautiful beaches. The food was definitely San Sebastian’s highlight for me and as a birthday present to myself I went on a gastronomic tour not on my usual super tight budget (only medium tight) of what is frequently rated as one of the world’s culinary highlights. I spent a couple of hours walking between Pinxto bars in the old town (Pierta ...
Well after a long day of flight delays and connections we made it to our apartment in Madrid around 8 pm on Sat. (11:00 your time). So after 18 hours of travel we were a wee bit tired but needed to stretch our legs and get some food , so off we went exploring the ...
... female so of course I raised my hand. I had no idea what I was volunteering for. After the pig was brought in with great fanfare the owner of the restaurant called me up and put a sash around my neck and showed me how to cut the pig in half lengthwise with a plate. It took three times to cut from tail to head. Then they said to smash the plate on the floor!! That was really fun. They gave me a piece of the plate as a ...
... but now we were eager to explore Madrid. Unfortunately, it was cold and rainy when we woke up. The weather was supposed to clear eventually, though, so we hung around the hostel in the morning and didn't leave till after noon. Leaving later than usual wasn't a problem, because there's not a whole lot of "must-see" sights in Madrid. There are several phenomenal art museums, but we didn't want to spend our whole day doing that; we decided to ...