NH Alberto Aguilera
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... wherever I thought I was going. I sat down for a few hours and had a conversation with the bartender and a few of her local friends came in. I didn’t understand most of what they were saying. The story the local was telling sounded like one really long word. I didn’t hear a single break in their sentences. When they left the bartender offered me half or her Mahou, a half-sprite-half beer kind-of-drink, and it was delicious. ...
... drop. There were a couple of guys getting a personal tour of the paintings and I would have loved someone to explain the stories behind the works for me too. Unfortunately my back isn’t too great at the moment and neither is Sue’s so the old ***** had to cut the tour fairly short and we also had a train to catch and an hour’s journey to do. Arrived back at Aranjuez station to find both ...
... Burger". It's a chain restaurant here in Spain and I'll admit, it was a good burger (unfortunately, Kenan and Kel were not at the restaurant and they did not say "Welcome to Good Burger, home of the Good Burger" when I came in).
On Friday I spent most of the day running in Retiro, catching up on homework, and RELAXING which I haven't been able to do for some time now. It felt so great to finally be able to just let myself enjoy all the great things about Madrid, ...
... who needs anywhere to put anything?
Other than that the hotel was great and the bed was big and very comfortable which was exactly what we wanted.
We visited the San Marcos market for a beautiful menu del dia and then headed back to the hotel to chill by the pool on the roof for a couple of hours. Perfecto!
For dinner we stumbled across mal de amores and had a beautiful dinner. We arrived at 8:30 so were the only ones ...
June 5, 2014 day 20
Its hard to believe I have been a Madridista for the last 20
days. I think expressing that this has changed my life is an understatement. I
truly feel like I have come back to myself in a way that I didn’t think I ever
could again. Travel is an incredible thing and I am proud that I was able to
find the courage to follow through with an adventure like this and find a way
to trust myself. I think the biggest ...