Hostal El Cano de Alpedrete
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- Continental Breakfast
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Sadly we said farewell to Kay in Mykonos now there are only two...... Eugene has made me a lazy traveller. He can read a map competently, remember landmarks to avoid getting lost and soaks up the splendour of foreign places with ease. Add to this list the ability to speak Spanish and so our trip to Madrid has been easy. Spain is perhaps Eugene's favourite place in the world apart from Australia and Ireland and his excitement with it all is contagious. He is at home here. The capital, ...
... returned to our fave lil eating place namely the Mercado de San Miguel to soak up the vibe and ingest an array of the amazing variety of offerings. This place rocks and its awesome just sitting and eating after wandering to select some small offerings.
We made our way slowly back to the apartment though not before intersecting with a rowdy group of Juventas supporters on their way to the ground where their team will be playing Atletico Madrid in a game of the ...
... Real was built in the 1700's at the behest of then King Felipe V with the intent to dwarf all it's European counterparts. Although I can't offer any basis of comparison of this, the scale of this Palace is simply unbelieveable. We took advantage of an optional audio guided tour and wandered through the various rooms open to the public. It is both amazing but like the Cathedral, is also quite obscene at the same time.
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... hotel? I took the kids on the 45 minute metro
ride to find the hotel only to discover that he had the address to the hotel
and I didn’t. I knew the metro stop, but
not the actual address of the hotel. How
hard could it be! We got off the metro,
and walked for another 45 minutes asking for directions to the hotel…no luck,
no one could help me. Exasperated and
lugging 3 tired and hungry kids, we headed back to the city ...
... local starbucks which is about 5 mins away from our house. It
was nice to sit there peacefully and enjoy tea while we caught up on some
homework and read. After the crazy weekend we had I think It was necessary.
Eventually Amanda, Ovi, and Cater met me and Tamar and we started trying to
hash out some plans for the rest of our time here. Tamar and Ovi both left
because planning was getting a little stressful but me and Amanda created a
solid plan for whats going to ...