AC Hotel Cuzco by Marriott
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... Madrid's Park, Retiro Park (Parque de Retiro). We arrived just in time before the sun went down to see it. It is a large spacious park with fountains, statues, and a small lake that people could take row boats out on.
Since it was getting dark and we had dinner reservations at 7 p.m. (or 19:00) at Cafe de Chintas, another flamenco dinner and dance show, we hopped back on the metro to head for dinner. The show was very entertaining and we were able ...
... so off I went for an hour or so rambling around the immediate area. It was simply surreal and hugely exciting. I returned to find J refreshed enough for another exploration taking the option to purchase tix on a Hop-on-Hop-off Bus service taking travellers on two routes around this amazing city. In our wearied state, this was a fantastic way to get a quick snapshot of the city and many of its features (albeit from the top of an open-decked double decker bus ( where seats in the ...
... it was a bus station. In the center of the city. From the looks of it, I was very much outside the city.
I looked over to the boy next to me and told him where I needed to be. He looked at me with a blank look on his face and then nervously giggled.
"Es muy lejos?"
I looked out the window and saw barren land - I felt like I was in an old western film.
"Where the **** am I?"
I hopped off ...
... room - much bigger again and lucky again to have a balcony. Here for 2 nights too. Went across the road to a bar recommended by guide - 4 small stubbies of beer and a tapas for five euros - big plate of potatoes and chicken nuggets - nice chicken too not like our nuggets. Beers served in a bucket of ice. Very popular with the tour group. Headed off at 3.00pm for an included tour of the ...
... the small, but beautifully presented rooms. As had become our habit, we then took a late breakfast, this time at a pavement cafe at the Puerta Alcala - Madrid's equivalent to the Arc de Triomph (but on a much smaller scale….to be honest, virtually everything in Madrid is on a much smaller scale - compared to Paris, London or Rome - which makes it so easy to get around).
Afterwards, we strolled back up the Paseo de Prado to a ...