Melia Avenida America
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... I could. I was furious with myself for missing my train, but now I am sitting at Retiro Park reflecting on my idiotic and clumsy self and forgiving myself. One of the hardest things for me to do is forgive myself. I can forgive others in half as much time as it takes me to forgive myself. I make mistakes. I make a lot of mistakes. I am a clumsy person, and not in a good way. I need to fix it. Although I cannot say that it will ...
... yesterday. Even had one in our carriage on the metro home. He had his small amplifier strapped to a old shopping trolley and after he had entertained us with his guitar and song and the train pulled into our station he moved into the next carriage to entertain some different passengers and hopefully get some more money. Then we we arrived back at hotel as we crossed the street we noticed some jugglers entertains the stopped cars at the lights. Makes a pleasant change to ...
... Click on any picture to enlarge. Map of Madrid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . <b>Madrid's </b>history starts with the Roman's settlement in the area in the 2nd century BC. There are several facts about its names origins from the Roman "Matrice" to the Moorish "Mayrit." The Moors were the first to establish a real settlement in present day Madrid, and built a fortress in 854. The Arab leader of ...
... and the painted ceilings & all the gold leaf all really clean & in good condition. I did think it would be more over the top & was quite relieved that it wasn't. The Crypt at the cathedral was amazing - it looked quite new I would think & all the graves that I noticed were no older than in the second half of the 20 th century. There were some still waiting for occupants. It is fascinating how different cultures have different ways ...
... Our hotel was a medium 4-star property with a cool foyer, down a cobblestone lane (Calle) a minute walk from Plaza del Sol. This plaza is a hive of activity and the streets and lanes radiating from it are lined with shops, bars, boutiques, cafés; all very busy, even on Sundays! There was plenty of shopping to be done, and Sunday was the day for the big "flea market" on a very long street nearby. Claire thought she was in heaven! Also close by were the ...