Gran Hotel Almenar
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... other runners we saw around the place. There were manicured gardens, statues everywhere and more water fountains than you could possibly want. After heading back for a shower we proceeded to wander around all the beautiful buildings madrid has to offer. Countless. Tonight was our final look at European football when we went to watch Spain's Athletico Madrid take on the Italian giants Jeventus. We followed the crowds to the stadium although before we could even see ...
... onion, white asparagus, capers, olives and tuna. Also got toasted bread with tomato. Then they served fish/seafood croquettes - Joan tried them and thought they were ok - Peggy didn't care for them. Sue and I liked them. Then came fried eggs with ham on french fries, then fried squid which was very good. Then came our entrees - the fish was excellent - very delicate white fish. The steaks were good size and delicious albeit a fair amount of gristle.
... break on the grass under the trees but need to go again it was so lovely. We walked on to the Gran Via for some shopping. It was another big walk but we got some great purchases. Shopping therapy after all that walking was good for us. Too tired to go out so caught the tube home, picked up some tapas and opened a bottle of wine. Did some girl things, washing, foot moisturising and booked our Monday trip to Segovia. Off the bed as early as we can for big day ...
I didn't do much today. I had classes, and we are preparing for midterms. I tried to focus hard, I talked to my teacher about maybe dropping his class, in case it was too much for me. I will see what he comes up with. I tried to figure out what I should do to try to do better, and why it is so hard for me. Other than that, classes are good, the rest of them I believe, and like I said, just have ...
... taking one rolling suitcase and our backpacks. It is just one block (down hill) to our local tram stop and we arrived in central Alicante in just about 20 minutes. As in most European cities, the train station is in the middle of town. From the tram stop it was an easy two block walk. We arrived in plenty of time to enjoy a coffee before we boarded the train.
Our first class tickets allowed us to reserve our seats and ...