Foxa 32 Suites
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It was almost 2100 when I got everything done. Opted for a walk to Plaza de Espana to get some air. First thing I noticed was it warmer tonight, bringing out the sidewalk culture [though the locals looked a tad funny with their winter gear still on].
Over to the Plaza de Espana for a few pix and people watch. The more romantic couples were not on their cell phones. Others were playing cards. Young boys walked in groups, thinking they were cool.
... a special exhibition showing how El Greco influenced the more modern painters, such as Picasso (An El Greco original painting was hung next to the modern one it had influenced! This explained how new techniques were developed). We are finding that it's never too late to learn or to learn to appreciate and love the beautiful things created by some very talented people. Two and a half hours later we departed foot sore and quite elated ready for our first glass of wine of the ...
... eat some and hang out. It was great to just have a chill night. After the game though, everything got Crazy.
Real Madrid won, and so there was a party in the streets for everyone to attend. There was a DJ and than a lot of people, and the players were expected to come later on. It was great to just be with the people, see the energy and see what the culture was about. The two boys that were with us the other night, came out with us and made ...
... at another lively little square lined with trees along the Calle de las Huertas (Orchard Road) for some welcome refreshments - a sangria and what looked like a beer/cider that someone had at the table next to ours. Chris ordered what he thought was cider. It tasted quite nice. Later the waiter told us it was "cerveza con limone" - sounded like beer and lemonade. Yes, Chris had a shandy.
There was a place that served Churros, freshly prepared. The clients were largely glued to ...
... together. A lot of sangria is shared around and people start dancing and singing in what little room we had in the hallway. Tapas included mushrooms with chorizo, spicy sausages, salt and pepper calamari, Spanish omelette with potatoes, bread and prosciutto, chicken wings and cake. Again, the meal leaves our stomach happy and very very full. Today we headed to Toledo, a UNESCO heritage site due to it's historical co-existence of Christian, Muslim ...