Miguel Angel Hotel
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... out of having to finish the run, but decided against it. I'm not patient enough to sit in a hospital. Haha. Patient. Get it? I should get paid for this.
The run back was equally as brutal, except now we were running towards the sunset, and I got to see the city across the water. Though my lungs were crying from the dry air, the view was incredible, so it was all worth it.
Finally reaching the end, we stretched for a bit and then did some ...
... and is about a guy from the south of Spain (Sevilla) who falls in love with a girl from the north, who is Vasco. He has to impress her father by pretending to be Vasco. It's generally obvious and predictable, but was also very funny and cute. We surprisingly understood more jokes than we thought we would, so we gave ourselves a little pat on the back when we were ...
... the Plaza Mayor.
We had lunch in an upmarket café, which Dad described as being “East Melbourne like”, and seemed to be very keen at forking out complimentary nibbles. After a nice lunch we headed into the main shopping mall, which was hardly surprising seeing that it was Conor’s choice, being his birthday celebrations. Although Conor technically turns thirteen tomorrow, we are celebrating his birthday today as we are flying ...
... of the Christopher Columbus/Sigourney Weaver and Gerard Depardieu fame), whereby they agreed to share equal power.
So the following blog is a collection of miscellaneous thoughts and experiences from several recent holidays in Spain.
Let’s start with a few language idiosyncrasies.
While walking with Eugenio around the beautiful gardens that surround the Palace of Aranjuez which is just outside Madrid, it transpired that the Spanish do not say “I ...
... on the list to another, but on this day, my favourite day of the year, we took it easy. We allowed ourselves to be led and we just enjoyed the stroll, the chats and what Madrid had to offer. So far it definitely has the biggest old buildings I’ve seen anywhere. It just feels opulent and I couldn’t help but wonder where the signs of a recession were hiding. The streets were buzzing and people were going on as normal. We found another lovely, lovely tapas bar for ...
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