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... great source of income not only for the city, but for many individuals as well.
Tourism seems to be a very positive thing for Spain. Jose Marķa Aznar created many jobs in the 1990s by increasing the amount of people who visited Spain. Today tourism contributes greatly towards the country’s total GDP. However many are questioning of tourism is really beneficial for the country. According to Forbes, Barcelona is the tenth most visited ...
... and I definitely want to come back to check out the bar.
Our next stop was El Tigre's brother bar, El Tigre del Norte. It's pretty much the same exact bar as El Tigre but with more space and about a five-minute walk from the original. We stayed there a while before Sarah and I had to head out and go to dinner at home. Isabel made us some delicious pescado, and we then studied more before heading to ...
... from the twentieth century. The museum is housed in what was Madrid's first public hospital. Focus is on Spanish artists such as Picasso, Bail Miro and Gris. I enjoyed the pre-war stuff but the newer stuff left me cold.
After the museum we relaxed and had a coffee and tea then took a city bus through the modern area of Madrid to the end of the line and then took another bus back home to prepare dinner and pack for we are on our way to Toledo tomorrow.
... about learning French but (I say with the risk of insulting all the francophones reading this) we thought that Spanish opened up more opportunities in more interesting places. Madrid is truly a lively city with people crowding the streets into the early hours of morning. It's forty decrees in the shade and buzzing with people all around. Our aim is to have a basic understanding of Spanish by the end of the month and Inhispania has a pretty good set up, classes all ...
We woke up early, had breakfast and said good-bye to Fatima and Javier, their kids, kitty and dogs. We were on mission - We must see the Dali exhibition in Madrid!!! The town we'll stay for the next 3 nights is Cuenca, and Madrid is on the way. Greg seemed very excited.
We hit some commuting traffic and took time to find the parking, but once the car was parked, we ...
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