TH Las Rozas
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The NH Express hotels included free outdoor parking, breakfast and wifi for the same price that you'd pay for a double room in a hostel. Receptionists spoke English and gave good advice about places to eat and see.
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We all awoke at a reasonable time today and took advantage of the free breakfast (bread and cheese and jam and cereal, not necessarily combined). For some reason it took us all ages to get ready but before too long we (me, you, Orson and Michael) were on our way to the beach. We decided to set up camp on a little cove just around from the main beach, which was blocked off when the tide was high (or you had to walk through water with your belongings high above your head). We lay ...
... at the Bovington Tank Museum. The following day we set off, 'channeling' Rommel and Montgomery respectively, for the museum. I'd been a few years previously, trailing my saintly and long suffering wife behind me as I 'Ooooood' and 'Aaaarrrd' at the largest collection of armored fighting vehicles in the world. In addition to rubbing my scrotum on various selected vehicles that I particularly admire, either because of their place in history, or the perfect amalgam of the ...
... no clue how to get
to her apartment and 3) the for some odd reason my visa wasn’t letting me
withdraw money- which still needs to be fixed. Thank goodness there was a help
station with Madrid city information, the lady was so helpful in describing to
me where I needed to go and what to look for in the apartment I needed to find.
I hopped into a cab and entered for the first time into Madrid. My initial
reactions to the city ...
... Dali word-wonders is firmly entrenched in an artistic enclave in Megan's brain. Words like oeuvre, cosmogony, cubism, fauvism and hypnagogic spill off her tongue nearly as fast as the Labor vote count in the next federal election.
Salamanca is a student town a couple of hours west of Madrid. It has the oldest University in Europe and a host of other educational institutions and, of course, a huge cathedral. It's a great place to wander about with its narrow streets, ...
... cop some of the new Therese and Jim craze - Schweppes Límon Sparkle tonic lemon taste bud bitin' whirlwind. This must be purchased with care because it will be consumed with reckless abandon.
I didn't walk very far.
I can tell because I only passed one architectural marvel, one grand plaza with stunning fountain, two huge tree lined boulevards and one collection of pig things. No biggy.