Ibis Madrid Fuenlabrada
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... saw the armoury area. After we had enough of that, we walked back to the tourist area and had a glass of sangria. We looked around the shops and got a few suvieners, then headed back to the hotel to relax for a couple of hours. I had a little nap. I had booked a Flamenco show for us that night. The Flamenco show was amazing, Flamenco dancing is highly recommended in Spain, and the place we went to was very authentic. It was the lower level of ...
... out of nowhere. The airport was huge - it wasn't as big as I had expected but the taxi driver had dropped me off at the opposite end to what I needed to be at. I did ask assistance from the glad wrap suitcase packing guy - as there were no signs as to where the check in counters for each airline were located. I raced up to the opposite end and lined up - it was very quiet but there seemed to be an issue with the customer a couple in front of me. The check in guy did ...
... absolutely fantastic! Some just danced. Then there was a piece where a story was told within the dance. Everyone was just amazing. They danced for 1.5 hours and we were thrilled! What a great night. Then on the bus back to the hotel.
... 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 ...
... 8230; he was dreamy and made
the initial break from the womb easier. Londons flight was filled with air
plane food, small talk, and a few movie which passed the time. I was amazed
when I arrived at heathrow because it was so efficient—I guess when your
operating the largest airport in the world it has to be organized. I
be-friended a group of 4 university boys from Edmonton who are going on a three
week backpacking trip ...