Gran Hotel Almenar
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... of hours walking around and enjoying some Spanish music. For lunch we tried some authentic Paella. La Paella is a place owned by a Spanish family and we had a seafood Paella with Sangria. It was full of flavour and we loved it.. Rest of the afternoon we spent walking around and doing some shopping. For dinner we had Paellas again from small local street food ...
... and were informed that this was actually the old Royal Palace gardens. That explained a lot in regard to the beautiful statues and monuments housed within. Madrid is such a lovely city. We have been so impressed by how it manages it's population of five million people. The subway is fantastic; I suppose the same as other big cities but we really got to know this one and appreciated the ease of use and efficiency of the service at a reasonable price. ...
... So out I jumped, climbed up and stood near the edge taking videos and photos, there I was happily taking in the view when David shouted to me he could see a police car..... Well I couldn't risk being the local papers for being on property I shouldn't so as quick as I could I lept down the scaffolding and jumped into the car. I was in the clear, phew. We continued up to the highest point where there was a restaurant, we will return here at a later date. The ...
After landing on San Salvador and Cuba a couple days ago, we reached Hispaniola today on Dec.5.
20 days has passed and today on Dec. 25 our ship, Santa Maria has wrecked on the north coast of Hispaniola. We had to abandon the Santa Maria and I took the command over on the Niņa. After 10 days of sailing without the Santa Maria I realised that we had more crew members than we could carry. So the Pinta and the Niņa separated, and we took ...
Hola! We flew into Madrid airport and after waiting for an hour and a half for our bags we walked over to pick up our Limo (a fiat panda) for our 12 day Spanish trip. Sim was going to try his hand at driving on the wrong side of the road this time round seeing as I had been doing most of the driving last year ( he was to young to be insured). I was a little nervous to say the least, especially knowing how many "steadies" he gets from Mum Scofield when he's driving on the ...