Hotel Las Artes
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Skyped Dad and then Mum in the morning. Mum was drinking at Angie's so they were both a little tipsy and kept interrupting after they had asked questions! While we were skyping Darryn went to the shop and then cooked us bacon and mushroom omelettes. Chur! Wandered off to check out the old royal Palace. Managed to get in for €6 with student discount which was quite a lot cheaper. The palace was massive and each from was quite different to the previous ...
... year so there are always heaps of Aussies and a fair few kiwis. It's held in a small town out of Valencia and people just cram into the Main Street and try get as close as possible to the ham pole. Police and barriers block off the side streets so everyone has to stay on the Main Street. It literally gets rammed with people since they want to get as close as possible. The ham pole it literally a pole with a piece of ham hanging from the top. They ...
... ABC ended up contributing some money and it was broad cast 2012. A blurb about the team is on mongolianbling.com. Had the best goats cheese there - may have to return if I don't find an alternative. With peppers (caramelised capsicum) 20/6 very lazy day today - sleep in then attempted to shop - ran out of enthusiasm and forgetting it is first Saturday after school holidays started so very busy with summer sales. Shopping for tapas bars ...
... Bornemisza on my 2001 visit to
Madrid and hadn’t planned to go again this time. Although the museum’s
collection is fantastic most of the paintings are not Spanish, so there’s no
particularly strong connection with the country as there is with the Prado. The
museum’s collection is that of two generations of the Thyssen-Bornemisza clan
of German industrial ...
... The food is good, the wine is cheap (and good, too) and the atmosphere is lovely. Best of all my companion is the best. (That would be me...) Let us now move forward to Madrid. We've settled into our apartment and have walked the busy streets just outside. We found tapas, wine and a little reassurance. Our stay here will be full of noise and people. We are three floors up but right in the midst of the night life. With balconies over looking the street, we can ...