Aparthotel Convencion Barajas
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... had to throw darts at balloons. But the one I tried was one where you needed to fire these pistols loaded with little ammunition. Like BB guns, but these were connected to hoses, which pushed air into the gun. The aim of the game was to hit 8 soft drink cans with this pistol. I had a go, and I hit 5 out of the 8 cans. I didn't win anything but I didn't care, it was fun just shooting this pistol at targets.
Another day when ...
Had a lovely last day in Madrid wandering about just soaking it all up. Sought out El Tigre for lunch, one of the few remaining places where tapas is free. Needless to say it was packed with locals and tourists alike but armed with my new found knowledge of tapas etiquette I wormed my way through the throng and ordered a drink. For the price of a beer I was given a dinner plate laden with a selection of tapas on bread. Huge lunch for two euro! Had a great evening for my ...
... photography exhibit. They were fascinated by the photographs of landscapes, fauna and indigenous people from the Artic, Papua New Guinea and Namibia, and had a chance to draw pictures inspired by the photos. While we were at the Forum, Alex went to the Prado – the grand dame of art museums in Spain. We spared the kids from too much Goya and Velazquez, though it would have been helpful for the kids to see the original Las Meninas painting ...
... money we would be spending on my Australia SIM anyway... Looking into it, it was really cheap. At Vodafone, I pay 10€ a month to get 20 texts, 20 minutes of calls and 500mb of internet which is heaps and really good for the price! I had to pay 5€ for the SIM card also, which still at 15€ is cheap.
When we got there they put all the details into the computer, put the SIM in my phone then I went to pay. I swiped my ...
Guten Morgan Lord! So we slept till 10am then started packing. Marta called us to have breakfast. I had a thick yoghurt,muffin, juice and peach. I went pack to packing. Nadzha and I have managed to get the art of packing down to half an hour. This time however I needed an hour. I had to reshuffle stuff to fit because my bag wouldn't zip. I managed it eventually. Once we were packed we called a cab. Marta had packed us lunch. I felt so ...