Apartamentos Turisticos Embrujo De Azahar
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... in madrid. ... OMG I am so tired but it's only 11.30 pm. It's been a big day. We went out for drinks first, then tapas (which were soooo yummy although Pudd prefers McDonalds - sooooooooo tragic ... I've talked to him but haven't been able to sway his thinking), then a whole bunch of gay bars. It's too early for the bars to be busy. People are still eating but my eyes are all but closed so we will have to rest up now and attack it tomorrow. We will need a disco nap at some point I ...
... patios for people to eat drink and be merry. Looked like fun but there were lines coming out of every door and since we didn't have tickets we kept on walking.Next stop was to walk by the Alcazar. Since we had seen our fair share of forts and castles we decided to just look at the outside of this one. It wasn't the most impressive one we had seen but that was alright. It had a nice garden area next to it with benches so we ate out ...
... across a nearby roman bridge and then caught the obligatory city bus tour through wide boulevards and narrow streets. It was the best way to see the rest of the town as we are off to Madrid first thing in the morning. We are still deciding whether to do 400 boring kms up the autopista or take another route which has about half on a rural national road. You know which one I am voting ...
... mass in peace, which is definitely fair. The building was impressive and huge – definitely needing more time than we had, so we’ll be paying full price to explore the place tomorrow.
We took a nice walk along the Punto Romano to a living history museum in a tower. The museum itself gave us a bit of the history, religious and otherwise, of the area but wasn’t all that great – there were amazing views from the tower though! ...
... with all the loot flowing in from the colonies. The city wall separates old and new and it was interesting walking around its narrow streets and small plazas. Today it has about 140,000 people and its a pretty lively place as long as you don't get there between about 2.30 and 7pm when every thing in Spain seems to be shut.
We travelled a short distance along the coast west to La Barossa. We stayed there for a few days with a friend whose brother lives ...