Hotel Alfonso VI
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My first dilemma in Spain occurred when I went to the baggage carousel and my luggage wasn't there! As if trying to file a lost baggage claim in the United States wasn't hard enough, I was now in a foreign country trying to communicate this information to a worker for Iberia who did not speak English. Luckily I had a pocket Spanish-English …
... a beautiful sight, whether it be an old building, a narrow street, or a beautiful cobble stone path.
We arrived at the old Plaza, with little shops and restaurants around it. Taking the spotlight, however, is the immense Alcazar with it's four huge corner towers. Sadly we couldn't go in, but just being able to see it was a great treat.
Along the way we run into the tour bus and for ...
So Last weekend was the best weekend I have ever had! On friday we had a group excursion to El Escurial, which is an ancient palace/monastery/church where kings and queens used to live. It was a magnificent place! My favorite part was seeing the coffins of all of the Royalty who had once lived there. They had multiple rooms depending on your rank. The king and queen's coffins were the best: gold and hand carved. So beautiful. It was so sad though ...
... and rice dish. Spain is the second biggest country to consume fish behind the Japanese. A LOT of food dishes here contain fish folks so be prepared!!! Pork and beef are the main meat staples. I have not really seen any chicken dishes other than “partridge” and no KFC’s anywhere!! Another thing about the food here is that in my opinion it is rather bland (in that there are not a lot of spicy dishes or a lot of spices and savory herbs included ...
... Madrid which was 320 km away, we stopped for more petrol and put the roof down again, the landscape was barren but still picturesque, we were cruising at about 80 mph when I first noticed the blue citroen xsara behind me, it followed us for about 10 miles or so and I didn't pay much attention, he overtook us pulling in front of us, then a hand appeared out of the passenger side window and stuck a magnetic blue light on the roof, the light came on and the signalled us to ...