Suites Kris Aeropuerto
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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I think the photos pretty much say it all when it comes to the nightly entertainment -- silly skits, and bits I can't remember very well. As I explain in one of the captions, it was just nice to be able to blow off steam at the end of the day. Most of the time, Carla the master of ceremonies decided who would be right for the parts, and she "volunteered" them to rehearse with her.
... all the NOT Real Madrid. Even though they won the season long trophy, Atleti was still not favored in the final just as they were not favored to win La Liga. After many critics saying that they wouldn’t last a whole season at that pace or that they would eventually drop, they proved everyone wrong. Would they do so once again?
No. It was a hard fought match where Atleti led until the ...
... Christmas Day reservations and I had to rewrite what Santi (waiter) had scribbled down whilst on the phone but his writing is beyond terrible and to make things harder, they're Spanish names. As in, if I saw 'Smi-h' I would easily get 'Smith' out of it but I'm not used to Spanish names or spelling so I had absolutely no idea.
*Please excuse my blurry photos, I get so self-conscious of looking stupid taking photos so I try and do it subtlety but it never ends well
I didn't manage to get much sleep on the bus from Valencia to Madrid and when we checked into the hostel I was pleasantly surprised. This was by far the best hostel I had stayed in thus far. It was modern and extremely clean and had a heap of "extras" that other hostels don't offer like a fully functioning kitchen, a movie room with a large film database, an awesome common area, lots of couches around the place plus a swing in the foyer outside of my room!! ...
... we knew it it was just about 8 am (when the daily run happens). The tradition starts roughly at 7:45 with the San Fermín song which basically asks the Saint Fermín to guide us through the run. The song is repeated four times and then at 8 am a firework goes into the air to alert everyone that the bulls are being let loose. A minute or so later (usually less) a ...