Ibis Madrid Alcorcon Mostoles
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... taking a few photos, a group of nice Spanish people started chatting with me, they shared me a white wine and a ham juice . I had a nice chat with them then took a group photo with them. The bar was closing ,so I head over to Mercado de San Miguel where they are selling all kinds of delicious tapas, seafood, wine and desserts. After walking around 1 lap, I ate a squid pinxhos, a baklava ...
... and the walking gets too much it is time for the Parque del Retiro and the Real Jardin Botanica where we spent many an hour enjoying the onset of Autumn walking along the wide pathways enjoying the space with locals who were walking their dogs, running, cycling or just chilling out. The tall trees and wide open areas gives one a feeling of walking in a forest rather than a park in a major capital city in the world. On the weekend families would take a boat and row on the lake or sit ...
... they were wearing fancy horse decorations) walking in procession and waving to the crowd. We both had differing expectations as to what bullfighting actually was. I feel like we weren't ready for the brutality and the blood. It took us both by surprise I guess. It's no wonder it's illegal nearly everywhere else in the world except this city. Just a note here. I wasn't sure how much detail I should go into for the bullfighting but this blog is mainly for the ...
... club across the road. Despite the exorborant drink prices which were a cover charge of sorts we had a great time. The band was fantastic, particularly the drummer who amongst a younger band was 65 and constantly looked like he was having the happiest seizure of his life. He was a great drummer and did some amazing solos which combined his humour and his drumming skill. You said goodbye to me in the jazz club. After that, me and ...
... ordered helado (ice cream) for dessert for the same reason as first course. 2. Menu del Dia also comes with "a drink", so we ordered a red wine to toast our first day. The waiter poured us each a glass and left the bottle. Confused, we slowly sipped our glasses of wine expecting him to retrieve the full bottle any minute. After 5-10 minutes, we finally asked through broken Spanish if the bottle came with the meal. He responded "todos", indicating Menu del Dia comes with a ...