Thursday, June 10, 2010

This-n-That Thursday

Why Madrid is my new favorite city:
  • The fountains (everywhere).
  • The cleanliness (amazing).
  • The weather (dry).
  • The people (friendly).
  • The olives (self explanatory).
  • The jamon (ham).
  • The Retiro (park).
  • The bread (also self explanatory).
  • The Reina Sophia (museum).
  • The cava (sparkling wine).
  • The taxis (always where you need one).
  • The flamenco dancers (seriously).
  • The whole package.
What is your favorite city? More to come. Now that I am back home, I am trying to adjust to these horrible hours we keep here...


Grandmother Mary said...

Has to be Rome. The scope of art, architecture, history is unfathomable!

Kacey said...

Ah, favorite city. Maybe New Orleans. But to visit, not live there. I'm getting hungry just thinking about the food there...

Sounds like you had a wonderful time!

winetipper said...

Sounds just wonderful! And the vino???

Unknown said...

Without a doubt, Charlottesville, VA...always has, always will be...Williamsburg is a close second...I might play along today...I am feeling a little this and thatish. Love you. <3

Daryl said...

In this order
San Francisco

abb said...

On my bucket list to see...(sigh).

Sassy said...

So is Siesta one of your new words too? What a great glad you got to go....I loved different places in Italy for the art but kinda reminded me of Mexico.....I LOVED anywhere in Switzerland!!!!

Trisha said...

Madrid sounds fabulous. I don't really have a favorite city since I enjoy each and every one I get to explore.

Noe Noe Girl...A Queen of all Trades. said...

I love Mexico and Germany!
yes I know they are countries.
Sounds like you had a splendid time!

Debbie said...

Oh gosh. I can't list them. Too varied. Um...

Bar Harbor
Santa Barbara
New Orleans
Actually all of Europe

I was a busy one in my younger days :)

But gosh..NEVER NYC...maybe one day :)

Keetha said...

Oh, my. It sounds like a dream world. I love traveling vicariously through you.

Suzan Oxenreider said...

Seattle is #1 and Charlottesville, VA would be #2

And why DON'T we have nap time here after lunch?!

Diane said...

Victoria is my favorite city, hands down! The water, the pubs, the trails and parks, flowers everywhere, the museums! Ahhh...!

So glad you enjoyed yourself!

My dad and step mom are flying to Rome today. Sigh....

Country Girl said...

Welcome Home!!!

I am not the world traveler that you are, so my favorite cities are stateside.

I'm sitting here trying to think of cities I've been to and love and am coming up blank other than NYC.
Like Happy says though, I love Charlottesville too!

Karen Deborah said...

humm I think maybe right now my favorite city is right here. My own home. I would really like to go to Hawaii.

Tracey9AD said...

Mmmm...the bread. Yum!

Lynne's Somewhat Invented Life said...

Photos. Where are the photos. I hope they are coming.

Anonymous said...

Europe, has to be Paris.
USA, has to be Corolla, NC.
Mexico, has to be Zihuatanejo.

Suz Broughton said...

San Francisco will always be my favorite city. I was lucky enough to live there for 10 years.