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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Train arrived in Madrid 3pmSantiago to Madrid We caught the fast train from Santiago de Compestela to Madrid after saying goodbye to Elizabeth & Paul. We arrived at 3.30pm & our hotel was easy to find next door to train station. Dropped our bags & headed out. ...
... Olivos fairly early and had lunch in a Peruvian buffet!! I was watching the Spanish and saw they were pretty confident they would do well in the World Cup!
I walked to Montecarmelo and then waited in a bar for Sophie to arrive. We went to their flat, Aiden joined soon after and then Jaime but before I knew it, it was time to go and catch ...
... m all packed. Hopefully with all my essential and ready to live the life of a backpacker. It's safe to say I'm pretty much taking a pharmacy along with me so *fingers crosses* I'll be okay. With my life for the next 3 months packed into a backpack I'm ready to fly to Rio tomorrow!
One night in Heathrow and we're off!
I can't believe how quickly this date has come around! Seems like only yesterday we booked ...
... and keen to hear about both Australia and how I'm enjoying Spain. I couldn't express my happiness when they told me how surprised they were by my understanding of Spanish and fluency - when I first got here everyone was only surprised by the fact that I'd never learnt Spanish before! Best compliment I could get!
Lunch was massive! Appetisers were prawns, nuts, bread, the tomato-on-bread-stuff and four ...
... the Spanish do not take any offence if you say “No”. It is only the British that worry about the fact we are refusing food. And if you leave something on your plate, or say that you don’t like something, that is perfectly acceptable too. No offence is taken, and you are simply offered something else. To leave something on your plate, is not taken as “I have eaten my fill”, it is interpreted as “please offer me a whole range of alternative foods that ...