Holiday Inn Madrid-Piramides
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Peterblanckaert stayed here on Oct 12, 2014 during their trip titled: Rollercoasterfriends - Halloween en España....
... to lay eyes on San Sebastián and not fall madly in love.' Once we've fallen in love and become too giddy from all of the beaches, vino and pintxos (tapas) we'll end the fling and cruise onto our next destination, the north west of Spain's Bay of Biscay. This stretch of coastline is meant to be rugged and wildly beautiful and not too developed, which sounds nice to us. We'll follow it south down onto the Portugal coast where we can enjoy the Portugese beaches for the ...
Today I took a lazy day. I was so exhausted from going out so much, and from exploring I decided to clean up some more, and just take a day to relax. I decided to organize my bag for school, get everything into place, figure out what I needed to tomorrow, and make my room look a little nicer. After that, I took a little nap. I think I was so quiet my host mom forgot I was here... oops. I wrote a little, wrote some in my journal, ...
... Tom had his first lesson but the teacher went through 10 moves in salsa, 10 moves in cha cha and 10 moves in merengue in about 45 mins, leading to everyone bumping into each other and looking bemused. During the whole time I used all my will not to grab the mike and take the lesson myself! Thankfully Tom persuaded me to resist. Bull fighting, is one of those things I never really thought about much before coming to Spain with the exception of pierce ...
Caught the train to Madrid, got to our hostel and checked-in. Waited til the room was ready and then once our bags were in our room, we headed off to see Plaza Mayor, Puerta del Sol, walked down Gran Via (a bit like the Main Street of New York, just less crazy), Plaza de España, past the Royal Palace of Madrid and Catedral de la Almudena and back to the ...