3k Madrid Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... a type of singing usally accompanied by two guitarists that is supposed to express sadness or longing. Fado is more specifically a Lisbon art form since it’s not a tradition in other parts of Porugal except for a student version of it in Coimbra. The Bairro Alto and Alfama have plenty of places to attend Fado shows including many large restaurants that cater to tour groups and charge around 45 Euros for a dinner show. I came across ...
... and street level storefronts inexplicably becoming familiar in just the few hours we have been here. All I could say to Anne: “Really? Really?!” We had followed Vasco’s advice and without even trying had gotten lost and found our way back to our own very block. We opted for the mini mercado where two single liters of Sangres beer, one bottle of red wine, and crackers cost less than I could believe. Back to the ...
... the bus and had a couple of hours to walk around and check the place out. We found a big market and Stace bought a pair of happy pants for 3 Euro. After that it was back on the bus towards Granada which is a small city in central Spain. Once again the hotel was awesome with a pool and gym. We headed into town with a couple from our tour and had some Tapas and some beers. We relaxed the next morning and had a swim in the pool before jumping back on the ...
... I would have liked to buy a few items, but we only purchased a few hand painted coasters. We continued on to the winery where we got a very informative tour. The winery, Maria Jose de Fonseca, has been in the same family since it started back in the early 1800s when they started making muscatel wines which is still what they are most famous for. The current winemaker and owner went to Davis at about the same time we were there! Our tour guide pointed him out to us while we ...
... from that exact area. Also, in the castle vicinity are the ruins of the former royal palace of the Alcáçova. There is an insane amount of history all on this one hilltop! Somehow we ended up getting lost trying to find another tower of some sort or a monument that was shown on the map, but it's a lot harder to wing it than we thought. We took so many side streets, passed at least two hospitals, and then ended up calling it quits ...