Hotel el Mirador de Ordiales
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... is a fabulous city. It started cool today but turned into another gorgeous day. In the afternoon we walked to the Prado and lined up for our tickets. The museum is huge and easy to get lost. We saw the Cloister in the Jeronimos building, Goya's " Black Paintings, the beautiful Las Meninas by Velazquez and some others. We then walked back to Sol and had a drink outside my Europa Hotel ...
... Umm- no. Don't get me wrong - Racquel was a lovely young girl but her English was as bad as our spanish (though as we were in fact the visitors to her wonderful country, she had more excuses than us to be language deficient)
But, somehow we seemed to have sealed the deal only to then find both phones have been locked!!! Doh!!! But all is not lost (yet anyway) as Racquel was able to seek support for a staff member better able to communicate with us who ...
... glued to a map in extra tourist fashion. Although not personally overly impressed with the sites (sorry Madrid), we did manage to find the rather grand Plaza de Oriente, the Royal Palace of Madrid and the godly Almundena cathedral. For a one euro donation we went inside and snapped some photos of the impressive cathedral. We decided Madrid had a slightly San Francisco feel to it as we made our way back to the hotel. After a short break we needed food again so ...
... that there was a
sports bar by their house that we were going to try and meet up at later. We to
the metro back to Bilbao- our home station- with Ovi and me and tamar found a
nice restaurant to eat lunch at. She still wasn’t feeling 100 percent after the
craziness of Thursday but I had the best sangria and we enjoyed some sandwiches
and tapas. After lunch Tamar went back to the apartment to skype home and relax
and I went and met Amanda and Cater ...
... for me, lit up the whole church. I I went to the fig tree，just like last time I saw them. And this time I came here to found my treasure. So difficult, I finally found the I want treasure and I want life. Thank you king, Fatima, thank you. I knew, in the oasis, my love was missed me and told to the wind something. ...