El Linaje de los Cincosombreros
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Myself and Eoin walked out of the hotel restaurant after waiting for over half an hour and not even getting a tea or coffee. Nice and very cheap hotel £32 for a junior twin suit. Guess we can't complaint too much. We headed to Madrid Airport T1 to meet Marco off the plane and then went to T4 to catch the buss to Leon. Have to admit I was not looking forward to a five hour journey but it turned out not too be that bad. We took a few selfies on the ...
... paella cooking lessons. Bea's mother who is a fabulous cook gave Crisann step by step instructions for making this typical Spanish dish. Although many different ingredients are used to make paella -- I leaned today that in Madrid paella is mainly fish and veggies with rice. While in Valencia where paella is very famous, it is made of mainly meat, veggies and ...
... Principe Pio, change at Villabla, feel your hair grow faster than those trains move) and the lack of company (haven't met a single cyclist all day, some villages looked completely abandoned), awesomeness is in the air. It definitely starts with a bang, nature is all over you, at 1400m every plate of pasta tastes as if it came from a Michelin restaurant, and the length is perfect even for a short winter day. Definitely coming back!
... it is hot, but there is no humidity so at night it literally feels like it is room temperature. We ended up at a bar, but our exhaustion kicked in and we decided it was time to go home. Tomorrow we are going to try to go to one of the main clubs in the area. Also, tomorrow we have an orientation all day long with the program directors. Mucho caminando y por eso ahora me acuesto para dormir.
... veg for the royal table. Here we saw something neither of us had seen for many years, a red squirrel, sitting happily chewing a nut, long feathered ears alert and listening for trouble. Then, on the Green Frog roundabout, we had a coffee outside the Green Frog Restaurant, before crossing the vast gravelled square to the palace itself.
The original 14th century ...