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- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Babysitting service
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... meals some of them have purchased you could be excused for thinking they have come in from days in the bush and this was their first real food in days. Susana is quite concerned about Ken and has decided to take Ken straight to the airport, it will be interesting to see how many of the others decide to bail out also at the airport. If they are smart most of them will choose to do so. It's 1:30pm as I type this on the bus, ...
... and the use of metal in the design is typical. It was a bit like Central Market in Adelaide but on a much smaller scale. The food was tasty and the combination on the skewer married well. The almonds were warmed and mixed with olive oil, salt and rosemary.
4. El Anciano Rey de los Vinos
Calle de Bailen, 19
Bull tail regalito
Marques de Grifion Rioja red wine
The Regalito were filo pasty that had been filled with slow cooked Bull (beef) and ...
... Arial, 'Lucida Grande', sans-serif; font-size: 13.3333330154419px; line-height: normal;">At any rate, I had supper at the Real (royal) Tapas restaurant not far from our hoteI recommened by our TD, but I just ordered too much, and to top it off, they gave me a free tapas of some prosciutto. This learning experience was not to order too many at the beginning, and order accordingly.<br style="font-family: ...
... what she thinks when we give it to her).
We were staying in the Malasana area of Madrid. A very "cool and creative" area, translate to hipster. There are a ton of vintage shops and locally made cool things. Lots of young people at the bars, in the park with their dogs. I feel a little bit old, but fortunately, it also has all the stuff I love.
After a short nap, we headed out to the local neighbourhood bars (of which there are many) for some tapas ...
... centuries, to try and keep the city protected. The wall is over 2km long, has 9 gates and about 88 towers. It is 3m thick. It was an amazing sight to see. Old Avila is on a hill so once the wall was in place it would have been very difficult to attack. The bus dropped us a short walk from the first stop, which was St Vincent's Basicila. It was built in the 12 century in memory of 3 children, Vincent and his younger siblings. They were ...