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... anywhere. Our favourite area was La Latina which we hit on both our first Saturday night and last Saturday night as we started and ended our journey in Madrid. Great rioja, Iberico ham, Basque pintxos (slices of crusty baguette with any imaginable topping), patatas bravas, sardines on toast, Spanish tortillla....endless and wonderful.
El Rastro - Madrid's celebrated flea market, which dates back to the ...
... de España,
onde há um monumento em memória a Miguel de Cervantes e andamos até o Palácio
Real, cujo desbunde de beleza é visto não só no exterior, como também no seu
interior. Quanta riqueza, quanta maravilha e quanto bom gosto. É e cair o
queixo. Se sem conhecimento já demos esses adjetivos, imaginem, então, com
alguém nos explicando... Foi o que fizemos, como bons penetras, nos juntamos a
um grupo de adolescentes para ouvir as explicações da guia. ...
It took us over twenty-four hours of traveling to reach Madrid, Spain from Quito, Ecuador, but we are so happy to be here. Spain is such an amazing country. I have been here twice before and every time I think to myself that the people of Spain really know how to enjoy life. There is great food, drinks, music, arts, culture, transportation, and nightlife...
We found a great place to stay in one of the nicest parts of Madrid known as Salamanca through ...
... so I hit the new 'fix it' mode. Now this button has been rather elusive for me over the last number of years but not on this day; if I had had a superman t shirt underneath I would have stuck my (now soiled) underpants on the outside of my trousers and stood in the most manly pose I could have mustered (which can be awkward when you have soiled underpants, but, since I did not have said T shirt I refrained from this course of action and went ...
... the world – after London) to the bus service that connects the surrounding towns, is incredibly efficient. Even without much Spanish, I have maneuvered my way around a lot of this city and a lot of the province.
I came to Spain to do the Camino. And I just might do a Camino some day – most likely a different, less popular one - for those of you turned off by my comments - have a look at the Camino Portuguese or the Via de la Plata from Seville. ...
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