Travel Blogs from Paracuellos de Jarama
... Gallery - when we were approached by two women, each holding a small bunch of red roses. I politely declined and kept walking but glanced back to see J had paused with one of the ladies - it seems, the ladies vague reference to flamenco, had whetted J's interest.
The bait had been laid. I wandered further on about 50m taking in the general scene around me, taking a few pics and keeping a vague eye on Julie who seemd involved in what seemed a positive and ...
... on their
hands. Well, maybe not so much
“Crocodile Dundee” as “European Vacation,” but you get the point. Finally, having our good luck return, we went
off to a great lunch. We all shared our
adventures as well as a pitcher of Sangria, four beers, and six shots over the
course of a five-hour period. We had a
great time with Alicia and managed to find our way back to the hotel without
getting lost. The ...
Got up at 4.30am!!! Left the Ritz and started walking to the Bus stop express airport bus. To our surprise a taxi driver came up to us and offered us 5 EUR PER PERSON to the airport, same price as bus. There were two Esa lives close to the airport- 5 mins, when I arrived, Sara ...
... time we had a drink which is a great
encouragement to stay but we were off to get some Tapas at a Tapas market so
thought we had better go, after 1 more...
The Tapas bar contained about 40 stalls all selling their
specialities from savoury tapas like goats cheese and onion chutney to
chocolate bits! Another speciality may have been to cut the strap on my handbag
and run off with ...
... the Spanish do wave but tend to shout “Adios” or “Ciao” more often than “Hola”,
Bizarrely, it actually felt rather rude; it had a sense of “We’re glad to see the back of you!” But that could just be my paranoid tendencies. If you think about it, what the Spanish say actually makes more sense. If you are on a moving vehicle, then unless it is ploughing straight towards someone, you are actually leaving rather than ...