Rocas Rojas

San Agustin de Guadalix, Madrid, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from San Agustin de Guadalix

Final day & flights

A travel blog entry by melissa96


... lunch and breakfast, no possible logic there. We were given completely melted chocolate and the drinks after we finished the meal. The seats were lumpy and there was no avoiding touching arms with the people next to us. We were so excited to get Emirates but none of us would fly them again. They couldn't even manage to keep a stable temperature, either so hot even the hostesses were sweating or so cold I was wearing my thick jumper! I tried watching TV shows but there ...

A series of unfortunate events

A travel blog entry by melissa96


... t really bothered to listen.

Rumi called in sick so we had to do the days cleaning ourselves. My bed pulls put from under Nat's bed, with centimetres on either side between her bed and a dresser. Lala and I were making the bed whilst Nando and Nat were at the gym, I was standing at the head of the bed, her at the foot to tuck the sheets in. However, she accidentally rolled the bed towards me, causing me to fall over due to ...

Hitting our stride in Madrid

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald.


... openness of the people. We finalised plans for the rest of our time away, listed stuff to take to the train booking tomorrow and booked accommodation in Toledo.

Lots of research on the net, dinner, music, wine and each others company. We are delighted and moved to find that outside our everyday lives, we are sweet together, work well together, find humour readily and easily reach for the other. The second night in this flat and we are ...

Take Two

A travel blog entry by alexrobertson

... And they also always eat outside.

2) They eat at weird times. Breakfast is at like 8:30, snack at 11, lunch at 2:30, possibly another snack at 6, dinner at 10:30. Usually accompanied by drinks.

3) Dos besos. They do the European two kisses on the cheek as a greeting.

4) They don't really have any sense of punctuality.

5) I don't know if this is how every household is but in my ...

Mad about cars

A travel blog entry by billnpat


... and Corvettes, along with some pretty ordinary European cars of the 70s and 80s, and a few 80s era Japanese motorcycles.

One special little area was set aside to display a half dozen bizarre old 1920s and 30s funeral hearses. As per the photos, you can see that they were decorated in Rococco regalia to match any of the neighbourhood churches. Some of them even had the carriage sections independently suspended with leather straps and springs to give the honoured guest ...


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