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FattyDumplin Feb 19, 2010 11:26 AM

Staying at Hotel Ritz (?) and will have 1 breakfast, lunch and dinner to enjoy. On expense account, very adventurous eater, and would love to hear what others recommend. I don't speak spanish, but am happy to try if there are restaurants that are "spanish only". I have never been to spain, am largely unfamiliar with the cuisine but am curious and love to learn.

Thanks in advance to all.

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    klem Feb 19, 2010 11:57 AM

    I live in Murcia, which is in the south, but a few days ago a friend of mine send to me an e mail with the picture and names of the very best old places to eat in the old spanish way, and I think there are normal prices.
    My problem it is the first day I am conecting this and I do not know how to send all the pictures to you. if you are interested my e mail clementewg@yahoo.es send me yours and I will send it to you, sorry about my english. Hope you will enjoy your days in Madrid
    regards
    clem

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      klem Feb 19, 2010 12:11 PM

      The name of these restaurants are:

      El Madroño
      Museo del Vino
      Venta El Buscon
      La casa del Abuelo
      Taberna Tirso de Molina
      Meson Rey Pimiento

      I think they are all well known, so it will be easy for you to find any of them
      Good luck
      Clem

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