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This hotel had a fantastic breakfast selection, the hotel itself and its facilities were great
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... pastries and of course beer, wine and cocktails. So much variety to choose from and all good.
We filled the good part of the afternoon doing a stadium tour at Bernabeu Stadium, Real Madrid's stadium. Obviously Dean loved it, I thought it was pretty cool too. We finished our second day with cocktails and watching a Flamenco dancing show. The dancers and musicians were so talented, such fast feet.
... being mixed! it was still really strong so everyone got drunk really easy which was funny for the most part- not for one girl. But Sergi, an openly gay guy who is already extremely flamboyant was trying to teach me Spanish History, particularly, the royals and to do this he was comparing them to Miley Cyrus I don't think I've ever laughed more in my entire life as he was falling all over the place.
We got home at 8:30am (party started at 1am)! I am ...
... br> There must be an important soccer game on tonight as I can see crowds of Spanish fans with their red and white scarves and tops from our hotel window all shouting and singing as they walk along.
I have just checked my map and realized that Chamartin station is the start to their fan mile all the way to the stadium that I passed on my tour. The police came once they were starting with flares and smoke stuff and the odd very loud cracker. I watched some of the ...
After the rockiest start to my trip (missing a connecting flight from Portugal and loosing my luggage), I am finally able to relax and enjoy my first few days here in Madrid! I wish I had a chance to blog before my third day here, but the jet lag is certainly hard to deal with. Madrid is beautiful. It's fast-paced, but nothing compared to New York (alot less smelly too).
... Flamenco really fits the mood and the landscape - which is very similar to Eagean Region of Turkey : feels like home ! And some sports match broadcasting helped us to get used to the language but still with my not-even-basic Spanish I cannot say if it was a football or basketball match :) All I understood was "muy bien Espana! ". So I say as well, as for the comment of the first day : Muy Bien Espana !... ;)