AC Hotel La Finca by Marriott
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... Once inside the bullring is quite intimate. Everything seems quite close to the action. We tried to get comfy sitting on our jerseys on the skinny concrete bench seats and watched as the ring was prepared for battle. The rake men made the sand perfect and the line man did a few circular lines. On cue the matadors and their horses came out in all their glory. Shiny suits and heavily armoured horses (we didn't realise at the start that it was actually armour, in our naivety ...
... Vasquez, Picasso, Goya and others. Was able to pick up some nice trinkets at the shop. From there we walked to Retiro Park and had a nice cold iceblock sitting under the trees. Today as quite hot and the walking was tough going. After this we walked to the Egyptian temple Templo De Debod. It is free to enter and worth a look. It was a gift to Madrid and ...
... take a few more pictures and to do something I've been talking about all week. A very common snack in Madrid is churros con chocolate. We stopped at a place tucked away from the craziness of Puerta del Sol called Chocolates de San Gines. We clearly weren't only ones that read Rick Steves guides, because the place was standing room only. An order comes with 6-8 churros and a hot cup of chocolate that was ...
... don't grow on trees) anyway that statue is the official symbol of Madrid, and is Kilometre zero (the place where all Spanish road measurements begin, which is special eh). But my real favourite was running into an old friend from my schooldays. I came so close to missing him by walking away from the fountain at the Plaza de Espana. It really made my day when I decided to follow a busload of Japanese tourists who ...
Hello. Like pretty much each and every blog ever written I'm going to start with a test post to figure out how easy this is to do and see if I get a taste for keeping it up to date everyday / every other day / once a week etc.
The day after tomorrow I'm setting out on the Camino de Santiago. Tomorrow I'm going to take the bus from Madrid (where I live) to Pamplona, where I will either catch a connecting bus or share a taxi with other like-minded people to Saint Jean Pied de ...