While in Madrid we visit Las Tablas to speak with owner/dancer Antonia about the passion and power and history behind the Flemenco.
After an emotionally draining yet powerful and passionate flamenco show at Las Tablas we go for a walk bumping into some kick baggers. This sport is still alive and kicking.
I adore Madrid. It’s my city. If I ever move, it will only be for work. Whenever I travel, I always want to get back home.Maria Valverde
Amongst the tapas and paella there was one drink that we needed to have at every meal and that was sangria. This is now one of my favourite alcoholic beverages. Not all sangria is created equal though. Be aware of sangria using canned fruits instead of real fruits unless you want to get a little buzzed and don’t really care.
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