Pousada de Estremoz - Rainha Santa Isabel
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... a hot shower and laying around recovering from our bugs. By this stage we were absolutely knackered after our red-eye flights, I had picked up Pito's cold and there was still diarrhoea running through the both of us, albeit fortunately a lot milder than previous events. All we wanted to do was veg out. Be still like vegetables. Lay like broccoli. Do absolutely nothing but sleep. And Madrid was a lovely place to do it. As we slowly peeled ourselves out of ...
... what to do for the many hours we had before we needed to be at the airport. We had thought about going to one of the other galleries but the Madrid Marathon was on and they were running down past them and it was impossible to get anywhere along there so we got a metro to Sol. We decided to have a larger than usual lunch so ended up having seafood paella in Calle de la Monterra. It was so good ...
... to go to the room but they had already taken Ashleigh (with blonde hair also) into the room and I was free to go!! We never stopped laughing about it but there was always a tinge of fear about a potentially deadly flaw in the system at a 'strict' airport.
We hadn't been fed very much on the plane so all wanted something to drink and then would eat our chocolate, I never got anything. It was $16 aud for one Starbucks drink and $7 for a maccas drink!! They got change in ...
... in a rich area or they are cheaper in Spain than Australia. But the schools' car park, Peugeot, Ferrari, Mini Cooper, BMW, Mercedes, Citroen, Chrysler, Volkswagen; it's all there and amongst all the cars you would be lucky to find one 'cheap' brand (Mazda, Chevrolet, Ford) - to accentuate my point, even taxis are Škoda!
Keeping on the topic of random things, I love how people will be talking in Spanish but then add in an English phrase like "oh my god" ...
... 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 ...