Hotel H2 Getafe
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... this far. But it was impressive nonetheless.
This left us close to the Temple Debod we'd sighted briefly on the first leg of the bus tour we'd done on our first full day in Spain and I thought a visit to it might raise the tone. We climbed through impressive gardens past a non-operating chairlift and there at last , the first sighting of the 2200 year old Temple donated by Egypt to Spain for some deed well done. But just as we arrived, it appeared people were being ...
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... Walked over there and chilled out for a while, admired the manicured gardens. Not sure where the money comes from for that - berlin?
Headed back to the hotel and did nothing for the rest of the day until our late checkout at 6pm.
With a bit of time to kill before our chauffeur pickup (thanks Citibank!) at 730 we went back to the San anton market for a last racion. As always felt a ...
We started off the day by visiting Palacio Real - the Royal Palace. The palace in its current state was built by King Philip V. Philip V was the grandson of Louis XIV and was born in Versailles, so he wanted something that mimicked his upbringing. It was pretty spectular! While we were not allowed to tour all 2,800 rooms, we were able to see some of the highlights including the Throne Room (probably our favorite), Charles III's bedroom where he died in 1788, ...
... way into the day through it, imperceptibly.
Past Perpignan, where we thought we'd catch the south-bound to Barcelona and then Madrid.
But Ms Grumpy in Carcassonne had arranged for us to travel on to Narbonne to connect to the south bound back through Perpignan and on to Barcelona. I suppose we were sitting on a train, not standing at a station.
In Spain, the country was noticeably drier straight way, the vineyards and olive groves endless, ...