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... actually make my top ten list of most beautiful gardens... On along a busy boulevard, I get more of a feel for the fast paced business face of Madrid--something you lose sight of in the narrow alleys in the historical core. Then, what looks like another giant round Moorish castle... no... it's the Plaza de Toros, the temple of Spain's second most popular sport (after football, of course!) Finally I reach Canillejas and connect with my Madrid-Alcala de Henares ...
... around 15 minutes earlier than necessary you will always end up being late to the dinner get togethers. But that’s okay cause everybody else will most likely be late too.
*** All you need to know how to say in Spanish to sound super madirelean is “Vale, no pasa nada, y hombre” with the correct accents of course! Hombre, no pasa nada, vale? Just say this phrase and you are set to go. Everybody will think you are Spanish. Oh also you just have to add ...
... each one. Bargain. The Jamon in Spain is fantastic, not to mention the bread and fish. I was not a fan of the deep fried sheep intestines. The best Iberico de Bellota can retail for up to $600/kilo, rarely less than $250/kilo.
Having a night in after walking all day, the hostel decided to have a ping pong beer night. I had never hear of this before so I decided to join ...
... as we pulled up for the first look at the city. We walked the streets...much too narrow for cars to travel....and heard all the history. I loved it. Bought 2 more charms and because I love the 'Tilting at Windmills' hero....small pewter figures of Sancho and Don Quixote. Both the IPad and IPhone keep freezing. Which is really frustrating as I have heaps of time to write this tonight. So here's the ...
... weekend here) which should be awesome so we have been getting our touristy hats on.
After picking up the boys from school we took them to a party at the sports centre where they have swimming lessons. Javi dressed up as the hulk and Santiago as Ironman (I have had the ok to post pictures of them on facebook providing that my profile is private, as this blog is public I want to respect the wishes of Paco & Pato so I won't post any photos of ...