Madrilenian


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My affinity with this country runs deep, with part of my soul residing in beloved Madrilenian haunts, the wilds of the rich Andalusian hills and the chatter of evenings with olives.
Stay in the city-centre in a two-bedroom attic maisonette (property ref - 14056) with a large terrace and views of the Latina district and Madrilenian skyline.
Furthermore, that this very major seizure--even when added to another seizure of one ton of cocaine elsewhere in Spain on the same days--will have no influence, whatsoever, on the availability, price, and purity of cocaine on the Madrilenian market, to which it reportedly was destined.
And before Xabi Alonso jetted off for new Madrilenian pastures, locals insist the Spaniard regularly headed for the cobbles of Falkner Street for a post-training coffee.
However, Madrilenian pride means the forward will be public enemy number one to home supporters when Real Madrid host Liverpool in tonight's blockbusting Champions League first knockout round first leg tie.
This article won him the Mariano de Cavia Prize, awarded by the Madrilenian daily news ABC in October 1996.
Retiro's park - Parque del Buen Retiro - has the same appeal for Madrilenians as Central Park for New Yorkers and is one of the most popular areas for families with young children.