Miguel Angel Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... feet since 10am and have not sat all day, so the legs are looking for a rest.
Another magnificent day. It might start off at minus 3 but warms to 15 degrees. The day is spent wandering the pedestrians only streets of Madrid and some beautiful parks. One park we walk through is huge and packed with people. There is another park which we wont be walking through. Its 1,700 hectares.
... footwork, my God, the footwork! It was an ecstatic experience, and if I’d stayed longer I would have gone again and again, because each night features different performers, and each performer has his or her own unique style. At Casa de la Memoria they offer hour-long intro classes in flamenco so I thought, “Why not?” and signed up for the next day, hoping it would be taught by the hot guy who'd danced so passionately the night before. It ...
June 13, 2014 Day 28
Today was an extremely bitter
sweet day. We woke up slightly hung over and enjoyed a light breakfast before
heading to school for the last time. We took our usual route and arrived 10
mins early- as usual. Initially when we got to the classroom, I was slightly
frusterated still from the night before. But as I warmed up to people I
realized that me and tamar still had an amazing time regardless of the fact we
... with what they got and literally refused to eat the cut potatoes and demanded chips instead! I made the waiter go and get a back from the kitchen so I could take a photo of a little lemon swan hahahaha I thought I would only ever see this sort of thing in Asia
The arvo was spent getting ready to go out to Madrid for Sergio and David's combined party - my last chance party. Nat took four hours (!) getting ready and didn't want dinner so I went ...
Today we visited Toledo, which used to be the capital of Spain. The city
was gorgeous. It was built on top of a huge hill, which back in the
time of sword fights and sieges made it very hard to attack. On our
excursion we saw a famous catholic cathedral, a synagogue, and a
monastery. All of which had incredible paintings and sculptures. The
entire outside and inside of the cathedral was covered ...