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... says 43 mins to go, with the bus speed limited to 100 kph I don't like Ken's chances of catching his flight. We have dropped Ken off at Terminal 2, John has gone in with him to assist negotiating with the checkin staff. Perhaps he has a chance of making the flight. I'll have to email him to find out. John, Mavis and Alice (Americans) also disembarked at T2, leaving Christine (American) and Francis (English) to be dropped off ...
... with a jus made from the cooking juices. I think they had been baked. Nice and crisp on the outside and tender on the inside and the jus added moisture and flavour. This was accompanied by the wine which was not as strong as Australian wines. This cafe was opposite the Cathedral.
5. Taberan La Bola
Calle Bola, 5
Tasting of cocido madrileno
This place has been here for over 100 years and they polish the plaque on the pavement outside the shop ...
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... So, we have left pinchos/pintxos country and are firmly in tapas country. There are a few pinchos places here, but mostly it's tapas. Difference? Pinchos is often served on a small slice of baguette and with a stick (literal translation thorn or spike). Tapas can include pinchos, but also can be olives in a bowl, potato crisps and other small dishes.
There is a lot of art to be seen in Madrid, we started this at the Reina Sofia Museum. We spent a good ...
... the Romans and chased to Avila from Toledo. Once caught in Avila they were publicly tortured and excuted. The church was supposedly built on the site where they were murdered. A very large, ornate tomb was built to house the children, but once built was too heavy to open, so their bodies were but into a tomb on the side of the church. Spanish history certainly isn't peaceful! We then walked through the St Vincent's gate and had a small walk to ...