Melia Sierra Nevada
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... a lunch. There were so many amazing places that we wanted to check out, but we had to hurry through the town to accomplish our goal: checking out the local castle. We discovered that there are two castles in Manzanares, the 'new' and the 'old' castles. The 'new' castle (right at the bus stop) is beautifully preserved and looks exactly like what one may think a castle should look like from the 15th
century with an outer wall, a keep, and high interior ...
... vacation"). There are people from anywhere and everywhere, and they all seemed to meet in the Atlanta airport. The airplane ride itself was not bad at all. The take offs were so fun! :) I sat between Mom and Nana, and we flew from 5:50 (we took off at 6:22) until 2:31a.m. Ky time. It was 8:22 here in Spain, since they (we?) are six hours ahead. Full day today--unpacking, swimming at the pool, lunch at a restaurant, and a ...
... because they are paying for my meals! I hate to order drinks! But he always orders me "tinto de verano" which we know in the States as Sangria. However, I have never had Sangria this good before...Then, I thought we were finished and going home and we stop at another bar. This time, wine was on the menu, with calamari, potatoes, and ensalada de Russia (potato salad Spain style, again, never ...
... waffles, slushies, icecream. And did I mention it was free? Of course I had to eat just a little bit (). After we left the party, we traveled to Madrid's city center. Searching for a parking spot was a grave task, taking almost twenty minutes of circling about. However, once we found it, the city was ours. I am convinced that the only way to see a city is with a local. Juani y Antonio took me places I NEVER would have found on my own. ...
... hot chocolate, more buffets, and from the Sunday afternoon, so so so much snow fell. The place was completely transformed into a winter wonderland and we had to dig our car out on the last day to leave. The roads were very unpredictable, so we bought and fitted chains. Having never had to use snow chains before in Australia, we had to work out how to fit them etc – all in minus 6 degrees, yes -6. What is usually a 30 ...