Pullman Madrid Airport & Feria
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... salt spray that crashes over the rocks as the tide comes in. Teenagers hold hands and snuggle in the bushes of the Parque Croatia. Games of basketball and football take place nightly, so that excitable shrieks often fill the air beneath blinding floodlights. People work out furiously with the outdoor gym equipment. Finally, as everything darkens, the beach crowds slowly disperse; and it is quiet and empty and even the ocean seems to rest. And then the orange electricity grid of ...
... a very rich street with huge hotels and every car parked is either a Mercedes, Lexis or BMW. As you get out of the tourist zone Madrid is quite beautiful. We then got the metro back to the hotel, to get ready for our last dinner together. Dinner was at a local place, the menu was all in Spanish - so the tour guide Fernando had to translate everything on the menu which took a while. I had a mushroom and cheese croquette, cod risotto, tiramisu and wine. The ...
I finally found a place for a cappuccino on a Sunday morning in Madrid. It just got better when I spied a jar of corn flakes on the counter. Using sign language, I was ecstatic to have a bowl of corn flakes in front of me. Now, what is the word for milk....when unprompted the waiter arrives with a stainless pitcher in hand....and proceeds to pour hot, steaming milk over my once-crisp corn flakes :-( It is ...
... and made this interesting art piece to capture people to visit the site.
We are wandering again, running out of time, so we leave Dimi and Mick to do their own thing as we head downtown to catch the second tour of the day. This takes place from a University building in an eclectic part of town. as usual, there is confusion in the first part as the guide is meeting us in front of the building where the information we have asks us to meet in the café. A phone call and we meet ...
... After our tapas we are given a small dessert of sorts, this time it was a dollop of what looked like pudding. We are warned it has a little alcohol in it and I feel she underestimated. Or she overestimated what 'a little' means, lost in translation maybe. It amounted to a butterscotch flavored pudding shot. After tapas, still awake, Heather wanted to check out what Plaza Mayor looked like this time of night. While we had a moments excitement when ...