Melia Avenida America
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... All the roads were fantastic. We expected this for the expressways, but even the minor roads were extremely good. They also have an extremely good high-speed rail system, which would definitely have been expensive to build and maintain.
We also enjoyed the weather. Apart from a couple of days in the house swap when there were intermittent showers, every day was sunny and warm.
... much better than you and you should be grateful if they dane to pay attention to you - even if you're a patron in their restaurant. Having spoken with a few people who've travelled to Spain before I've been assured that it wasn't always this way and I wonder what's caused this change in attitude. Is it the financial troubles that have caused a general downward look on life? Or just that the country is now so full of tourists they've had it with us all? Which brings us up ...
... I found had a horse statue but hey weren't there. Realised I was in the wrong square. Bit further up the road I found the right square and them.
We walked to Plaza San Miguel and found this building like a big food court full of the most incredible tapas I have ever seen. We stood at high tables drinking sangria & eating tapas that cost 3 - 5 euro each. Sangria was 2.50 e.
We wandered the streets ...
We had another fun night with our new friends and actually headed back to our hostel relatively early. When I say early I mean compared to our usual 6:30 AM departure, we left the club around 4:30 AM instead. We're getting old, I know. To give you proof that we do more than just party, Karliana and I took a tour of the city today after checking out of our hostel. We started off in Plaza Mayor and then saw the Royal Palace, ...
... but the food is delicious - especially washed down with a glass of cider or beer. We ordered some olives to pick at whilst sipping our natural cider. We decide on chorizo to start which was moist, succulent and full of flavour. This was followed by roast chicken with a crisp and tasty skin covering the moist and tender meat underneath accompanied by a large bowl of mixed salad. A slice of cider tart provided the perfect final course.