Miguel Angel Hotel
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Tonight is our last in Madrid, so Ches has decided we will go to el minniBar for a drink and tostada at 8.00 (when they open) and then on to Platea at 9.00 for the 9.30 Blues performance and more taps/raciones
It will involve our first use of the Metro as we travel from one side of the old city to the other. If we ...
... all the boxes and to make sure we made the most of our time. We finished our trip with lots more tapas and local beers. The perfect end to a wonderful trip. I really would recommend Madrid even if you don’t speak Spanish the food is amazing, the sites are awesome and there is great shopping. We picked up some much needed clothes and finally we looked like ...
... best in people, seeing beyond their circumstances to who they are in their hearts. Even someone like little Sancho Panza or Aldonza the *****.
Judy and Holly met me in the lobby of my hotel and, once again, I was grateful that my hotel was practically on top of the Metro terminal. We met Ming and Idoya at the Plaza de Espanya, in the shadow of Quixote and Sancho. It was a perfect, gorgeous evening. Families played in the plaza and couples sat ...
... and varies at each restaurant. They're delicious though. The other
exciting and also slightly terrifying thing in Madrid that we
experienced was the Marches for Dignity 22-M. Naturally we
decided,without being aware of this,to be in Madrid the same weekend
that thousands of really ****** off unemployed and homeless people from
all over Spain had planned to protest in Madrid. Yes,thousands of
people. The protest was an anti-austerity protest ...
... opportunity to do some reflection. Feel free to skip the following paragraphs! I will share some thoughts on me as a traveler and how I felt about Barcelona in comparison to Valencia.
I really like to explore—neighborhood by neighborhood a popular city of the world. I would’ve like to have had more time in Barcelona. It’s bigger than Valencia, so I think maybe twice the amount of time I had spent in Valencia. Well, then again, I ...