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... while sipping on the array of drinks one would expect. It was simply an amazing place and we have already plans to,return tomorrow to explore more delights.
The flamenco club was small and intimate and we joined another twenty or so patrons to half fill the tables and chairs located below the small stage. The show started and we were literally blown away by the brilliance of the guitar player, the mournful laments of the singers and of course the sheer passion and ...
... hotel? I took the kids on the 45 minute metro
ride to find the hotel only to discover that he had the address to the hotel
and I didn’t. I knew the metro stop, but
not the actual address of the hotel. How
hard could it be! We got off the metro,
and walked for another 45 minutes asking for directions to the hotel…no luck,
no one could help me. Exasperated and
lugging 3 tired and hungry kids, we headed back to the city ...
My experience in Madrid although it was short was great. I equate Madrid to New York City. The lifestyle of the people in Madrid seems to be much faster paced than in Lisbon and in Valencia. The streets were crowded with people especially in the heart of the city when we did our walking tour. Two things surprised me about Madrid. One was that it was extremely modern compared to a lot of the cities we had been visiting in ...
Our route from Atocha Station to our Apartment at 10 Huertas street was not too far, however all uphill!! Good cardio workout! Mark, the manager greeted us warmly and showed us to our 4th floor apartment. It proved to be as advertised and more. Very tastefully decorated with two spacious bedrooms, two baths and kitchen/ living room. Very well equipped. Only drawback was no balcony which we both covet. We are centrally located to all the main attractions all within walking ...
... he would have undoubtedly scratched the varnish and stained the new boat cover with blood”.
My heart aches for all those effected by the tragedies of the past week, for those who lost limbs, and especially for those who lost loved ones. I experiences just a sliver of what they felt by worrying for my own family. I is impossible for me to imagine their pain; it must have been thousands of times more unbearable. When things like this happen, we are all in ...