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... find in the bottom of a handbag or rather about 20 handbags. Even down to scrunched up tissues. Geoff came up with the theory that they were the spoils from stolen bags which looked quite possible. There were lots of purses all being put in a brief case. The rubbish was being gone through & being put in a bin. We had thought to stay in the cafe for the afternoon but after seeing all that going on we thought to go on back & sit at the hotel instead. Life is certainly ...
... mind to say something to them. But what though? What annoys me about this? Is it because they view all asian looking people as chinese? If I were chinese would I not be insulted by this but instead happy? No. I think it´s insulting because they don´t seem to understand that Asian looking people could actually be Spanish, or American, or whatever for that matter. But since Spain hasn´t be open for a sufficient period of time, people still remain ignorant to these racial ...
... 25 to 30 euros but I wasn't able to complain. I was partly scared since it was still early and there were not many people around. I also couldn't bring myself to speak Spanish.
With this I entered the hotel blindly hoping that the receptionist would be able to assist me in some way. He refused to let me call using the hotel phone and I was losing hope. However he said that if I gave him my passport he will ...
... get accepted into the Royal Academy of Fine Arts. The restaurant is also mentioned in the book Fortunata y Jacinta by Benito Pérez Galdós (published 1886-1887). The Sobrino and its speciality of cochinillo asado (roast suckling pig) are mentioned in the closing pages of Ernest Hemingway's novel, The Sun Also Rises.
And the Atocha railway station has a nice restaurant for coffee shop, and indoor garden with large trees and tortoises.
... castle you realise how dry everything is. We had a nice lunch at a restaurant next to the Aquaduct before moving on to El Escoral on the way back to Madrid. El Escoral is one of the largest buildings I have seen. It is a historical residence for the King of Spain as well as a monastery, museum and school. We didn't bother trying to get in as the line up of visitors was to long. But just walking around it was impressive. On Friday we queued for ...