Tryp Madrid Cibeles
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... every sculpted bust and everything else in the palace. If you ever get the chance to go to Spain, don't miss a tour of the palace.
Keep in mind the photographs of the chandeliers are a one-shot deal taken on the fly, no focus, no flash, no composition, no looking for the best lighting angle, and no second shots. And always with one eye looking for the position of the palace staff member in every room watching over the crowds like a hawk. ...
... sequence left much to be desired. In any event, a fun game until we tired out, concluded we had already absorbed enough culture, and headed for . .
The Real Jardin Botantico, which was a big "miss". Those of us under 65 had to pay to get in and in the end, other than some tired looking rose bushes, there were only 3 or 4 groups of flowers and one stinking fountain! We were having a bit of a pout until we realized it ...
After school, I decided to watch soccer with both Amparos and Marie.
When I first arrived, I decided to barrack for Barcelona because Qatar sponsor them but then I was informed of the rivalries. I had to choose a Madrid team. Everyone was giving me different pros about their particular team (current position on the ladder, hottest players, famous players, most cups...) in the end I chose Real Madrid because I can't spell or pronounce the other Madrid. ...
... out with (7 ft tall with Wiz Khalifa-esque hair that put him at about 7'3"), and probably one of the most hilarious - this could be a result of the language barrier, but hey, so it goes. To set the scene, here is a quote from dinner: Me: Do you want some wine? Basketball Superstar: Wine makes my head crrrazy. I only like Patron. Like Leetle Wayne says, YEEEAH! Imagine that coming out of the mouth of a 7 ft tall, baby-faced, fully tatted black guy with a ...
... stadium filled. This stadium holds 100k fans and for security reasons they only allow 80k fans in. They were all there tonight! We were surrounded by serious Spanish football fans who were not only passionate about the game but were also analysts of every move a player makes! Over to our right on the next upper balcony was a very large section of blue jerseys - Manchester fans!
The game was action packed but the first goal was not made until ...