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... usual we loved it. We gave her her little gift and flowers and she was so
excited to receive our little angel from Canada. She is truly our angel and we
are both so thankful we have her, she made our spain experience perfect and I
truly believe its because I needed to speak to her everyday that I became so
fluent in the language. Im really going to miss her. After dinner me and Tamar
were to tired to go back to the sports bar so we watched a bit of ...
... red squirrel scampering about and was amused to see a eucalyptus growing by a nearby pond - they aren’t exactly uncommon in Spain but it still felt strange seeing one outside of Australia. After walking through the park I went past the famous Prado Museum (thoroughly done with art by this point I didn’t go in) and a famous Neptune statue, making my way back towards Pepe’s place to collect my bags. I stopped with Pepe and ...
... hotel for abit of relax time. All recharged and we were ready for our Tapas Tour and saw another Gypsie fight and also heard our tour guide being heckled by one ha ha ha. We ate more yummy food, drank more sangria and tried Spanish Cider also learnt one of the stories....That back in the day they only had money to spend on food or booze ...
... 6 of us; Myself, Bri, Jenna, a girl named Kat who is also working in Majadahonda, a girl named Rosie who is working for Bri's host dad's boss and a girl named Yasmine who is working for one of the Viguera family went in Madrid to meet and do some some toursity stuff.We felt so sorry for Yasmine as she had to pay €40 for a train ticket to get into Madrid as she is living in a place called Ciudad Real which is about a 2 hour drive away from here! But she was just ...
The Raptor Run
The National Park of Monfrague is the most beautiful area of Spain we have seen. Lush green and fertile land where catttle , horses and sheep graze and local farmers grow tobacco (This was after all where Columbus came from) and have fields of olive trees and cherry trees amongst other healthy crops of peppers and pimentoes, kiwi fruits and strawberries. Forests of cork oak; holm oak; Juniper trees and the rogue Euclyptus that they are trying ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTryp Madrid Washington Hotel
The Hotel was close to everything in Madrid. We walked to the Prado. It was good to come back to the Washington Hotel
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