Ibis Madrid Getafe
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... little but then opened it up and let us through. I felt physically ill, traumatised by the bull, the attitude of the people. Stupid me for wanting to go (it was my idea!).
A couple of very stiff drinks back in our room and a chance to pack our bags ready for an early morning departure to Valencia.
The wi-fi is too slow here so I will upload some photos in the next couple of days.
I'm trying not to think about it....that's all I can do.
... place as I was greeted rudely. Sat down, changed seats from one in the middle to a corner seat. Ordered caprese and pasta and beer. Mmmmmm, good. Bonded with my waiter, who was actually from Italy. Sardinia to be exact. I eat slowly. People come and go. Huge group that came into Italian restaurant. Half of them left because they said they were tired, but really they were going to KFC, because they give massages. Haha, best thing I've heard all week. And to all a ...
... than Dali) Dali closed the house as it was, left, and never returned. It should be noted that Dali died in 1989 and was a man of modern times. He had an 8 track player in his studio and the Michelin man around the pool. He seem to like iconic advertisement. He had a mirror in his bedroom lined up so he could see the sunrise without getting up. It seems like an easy, quiet life in Cadaques and the people are in no hurry. So don't go into the restaurants expecting ...
... 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 ...
... it through that alive and unharmed and took a train the next
morning to what turned out to be my favorite city,Seville. Seville had a
small town feel even though it's not small at all,and the beautiful
gardens and plazas along with the mid 70 degree weather and sun made for a
perfect three days there. My friend Julie studied there last semester
which I'm pretty jealous about. We took a boat tour on the river,and
viewed an old palace (very ...