AC Hotel Madrid Feria by Marriott
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... After a red wine in a small bar, we then had dinner in a restaurant down the street. A young Scot in the Air Force came with us after chatting in the bar with us. So, more art the next day, and a quick visit to the fairly ordinary botanic gardens. On Friday, after saying goodbye to my lovely travel companion Victoria (she's off to Hong Kong) I took a walk around town, visiting the Independence Plaza, the Fountain de Cibeles, then off to Plaza de Espana. I ...
... the park because is it very tranquil and very relaxing for me. A trip to Madrid is not complete without a visit to Retiro Park. This is one activity that I will miss when I return to the United States because there is not a park like this in Towson. This park is special and magnificent to walk for one or two hours. Also, there are various areas where a person can ...
... of his son and his common law partner [the Virgin Mary].
Over to a wall section for a view of the Tajo River, Spain's longest river, near the Bridge of St Martin. The structure dates from the 14th c.
We next saw a 10M video on Toledo, providing an overview of its place in Spanish religious history. Abutting was the resident of a local that he donated post-mortem to Toledo. The art collection was an indication of the owner's wealth. It has had ...
... Clare and Claudia, who were also doing the tour. We were told a few things about what we were going to be doing and a few details were confirmed. We then had dinner down the street from the hotel. We shared some cheese, a salad, some BBQed tuna and a scrambled egg dish. The food was pretty good once again. After dinner bed for a very early start the next ...
... clothing and shoe stores, so we walked around looking at everything they had to offer. I got back home around 2, where I had another delicious lunch of pasta with bacon and onion, along with more pork! After lunch, I (finally) got to meet up with my best buddy Ian Dembling, who also has a TravelPod blog that y'all should check out, who is also studying in Madrid this semester. We went on an 11 day trip to Spain 3.5 years ago, so it's ...