Tryp Madrid Washington Hotel
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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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... and centuries of inspiration preserved within a few square miles. I stop for my favourite European meal: the Turkish doner, which is the staple fast food snack all throughout the continent. Suddenly I find myself (an American) translating for a Turkish waiter who speaks Spanish and a Swiss tourist who speaks French and it hits me—I really fit it here! And so night falls on my first day in the Old Continent while in Adventure Mode. I feel thoroughly refreshed ...
... middle of the large median dividing the main shopping street. It had several umbrellas with tables setup so we went over to investigate and it turned out to be a hot dog stand. Of all things to find in Portugal! They even had a vegan friendly soy-dog for Bree’s Mom so we ended up having dinner there and it was delicious.
Our last stop in Portugal was the town of Evora. After a beautiful scenic bus ride we were dropped in the middle of town, split into ...
I didn't do much that was interesting today. I'm starting to get more adapted into Spanish, but my Spanish class makes me so uninterested in Spanish even more. Since she reviews grammar, it just makes me not want to learn Spanish because everything I learn she just perfects and perfects. My other classes were ok, and ...
Packed our bags and then had a great breakfast next door at the Federal Cafe. Boarded our fast train all with very little fuss or stress. Fast train left on time, was very comfortable, plenty of leg room and had good views of the passing countryside at 300 kmh. Went thru some very arid grain cropping and olive growing country. Saw some snow covered mountains in ...
... you line up small cups with beer in them. Bounce a ball on the table and get it in the cup. Turns out I was good at doing this. Every time I got the ball in the cup the opponent had to drink the cup of beer. By the end of the night I had only had 4 cups of beer. The other team were barely standing.
I did try and find a host on Couch surfing but nothing available. ...