Tryp Alcala 611

Calle Alcala 611 - 613, Madrid, Madrid, 28022, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by mddpdx

... just are.Ļ Ha! That obviously didnīt go over very well with me because 1. he was trying to speak on behalf of an entire country 2. he was trying to speak on behalf of me (and I happen to be doing quite well) and 3. he is making excuses. I find it a little funny that the only two conflicts I have had were both with Americans.

All of that being said, most of us from class have been going out after class ...

The Train in Spain

A travel blog entry by haspain


... have danced all night!'

Andrew's additions: This flight didn't have in seat entertainment, which was annoying until I fell asleep somewhere on the taxiway. I woke up above a very dry, dusty landscape just before we landed in Madrid. It looked very, very hot (it was very, very hot). We got our bags, eventually, after watching most of the other passengers collect theirs...that's not a very fun game, since I know what it's like when all the bags have come out, ...

Oh how I love you

A travel blog entry by pieceofmind12

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In the back center, one guitar player. One singer on each side. The guitar started in with that highly skilled flamenco we’re used to. After who knows when, one of the singers would feel moved and start jamming in a half Arab, half operatic, half sane melody. When that story was done, he let the guitar flamenck up a storm for a while until he or the other singer felt he had something to say or a story to tell. He stepped in. After a few of these super passionate ...

Hola Madrid

A travel blog entry by sam.eric_global


... impressed with how perfectly they imitated the American accent while singing along to Katy Perry, Britney Spears, etc. (And yes “Call Me Maybe” is well loved in Spain as well.)

Even when Eric and I tried to gradually and subtly bow out of the festivities in the living room (we were exhausted ...

Day 27 - Madrid - Mon 08-10-12

A travel blog entry by currie2012


... tree is though. The streets are amazing. Everywhere we go the streetscapes  have been fantastic. From the street performer playing "one ton romaro" you know the one, on the harp, to the cutest book store attached to the side of an old building. The streets regularly open up into small plazas and create wonderful pedestrian spaces. It's so peaceful walking around taking everything ...

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