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Today we have to check out, we feel a bit sad because we had a wonderfull time here at Las Lomas Village. But our holiday is not over yet! We drive to Alicante Airport where we return the car and catch our flight to Madrid on Iberia. Again, no problems getting on (we travel on standby tickets). We received our seat assignments as soon as we checked …
... them. We stayed here until 2.30, (Brendan) drinking beer with our new English friends, Richard and Peter. They were die *********s supporters, so provided the atmosphere was ecstatic. As they had enjoyed Kiwi hospitality in New Zealand during their own travels, they kindly shouted the beers, refusing to take any money from poor travellers. Afterward, we emerged from the dingy pub into the blearing sunlight, and headed for the main square (Puerta del Sol) to suss out a ...
... planes in one place. About five of the aircrew (all females of course) gathered around John and sang him happy birthday, photos, glass of wine, chocolates and a cheesecake desert each ( from first class) and a couple of packs of cards We're both pretty tired but travelled better than we expected. It's about 5.00pm Friday here (3.00am Saturday at home) so we're going to try to stay awake a little longer before ...
... were hilarious. They had little set ups that they used and they would scare people as they walked by. I just sat and watched the people wait for a group of tourists not paying attention and then a guy in a dog cage would bark super loud at them haha. They got me the first time too. I wasn't expecting a grown man to be in a baby carriage... The second night we went to the really famous discoteca called El Kapital. It has seven stories and each one has a different theme. On the ...
... Queen), and walked this Madrid of five centuries ago. PLaza Mayor, Cavas Bajas, Arco de Cuchilleros, Mercado San Miguel, Calle Mayor and other places. I'd took pictures of some of the most renowned restaurants such as Casa Paco, Casa Botin, Las Cuevas de Luis Candelas, all brought back memories from long ago.
After this we returned to Palacio de Cibeles for a view of Madrid from the Mirador Tower, beautiful ...
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