Pousada de Estremoz - Rainha Santa Isabel
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Hola Madrid, you beautiful city a trillion light years from Africa! Driving to our hotel from the airport and seeing the gorgeous old buildings, shops full of aromatic bread and ceilings full of dangling cured meats was jaw dropping. The people were well dressed, everything was clean and orderly and the traffic had lanes that the drivers followed and rules they obeyed. Hello, we were back in civilisation! We so looked forward to a big beautiful bed with ...
Well, it's the start of our long trip home. Got to the train in Cordoba with ease and had plenty of time to have some breakfast ( coffee and muffins) at the station. The train was very full once again. The trip was smooth and comfortable even though it reached speeds of 300kms per hour. We were in Madrid before we knew it! Put the luggage in a locker at Attocha as the airport bus leaves from there. We ...
... br> We got to the gate but it said 'Auckland' so there was literally twenty people standing there thinking what the hell.. But the flight has a layover at Melbourne, why they couldn't have put Melbourne in brackets I don't know.
Ash looked at her ticket, realised that her flight actually left in 13 hours! Confused we asked for help, all this discovered was that her plane left yesterday, how could they be so stupid?! Only, we were the stupid ones, we spent five minutes ...
... my makeup my brush split in two whilst I was holding it, for seemingly no reason. Diana suddenly got struck with serious illness and went straight to bed, looking absolutely terrible - all in a matter of minutes.
Lunch was paella, a massive dish sat in the middle of the table but just before it was served a glass of red wine got knocked straight in the middle of it. I must admit though, that paella here is quite disappointing, compared to those I've had ...
... we were looking for. Over the next hill and right in front of us we could see Capital hill, another good sign. We were looking for a distinct bend in the road but it never came, and just at the moment of a relapse into anxiety, there it was, Via Sant' Eufemia, the street. Half way down and we saw Segways parked on the sidewalk. Victorious, we walked into the office and declared that we had made it successfully. Martina, our guide, new who we were and without having to ...