Amura Alcobendas Hotel
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... in from the terrace and we both basically burst into fits of laughter! No damage, only to the socks and the then we need to look for another option, so we zap another pair, on medium and they were still a bit damp, but we added socks to the shopping list.
Walking through the Sabatini gardens in the morning is very pretty. Not s many people about and we are able to take some nice photos and just meander through them. The gardens of Madrid are quite ...
... being back in Madrid for our final little stanza in this rapid range round Spain.
I left J for a rest and wandered past the nearby Botanical Gardens and instead visited the expansive Parque del Retiro we'd not visited previously. Sheez, the Spanish love their gardens and this was an amazingly large and beautiful expanse of established gardens. I tracked down the Crystal Palace and wasn't sure what to expect though wasn't hugely overwhelmed.
We headed out onto ...
... first one.
Luckily by the time everyone got up to leave, I felt some degree of normalcy and was able to get myself out of the bench that I had grown so fond of in the past half hour. We went to a few different bars, drank wine, and watched people perform flamenco. A lovely way to spend my first night in Seville.
The next morning I decided on taking one of the free walking tours that my hostel offered, joining an excited group of ...
... a flat pair of shoes. Then we walked around the latin quarter (around the Real Basilica de San Francisco el Grande) full of tapas restaurants. Before long it was time to head back to the hotel so we could dress appropriately for lunch.
The restaurant, Algarabia, was rated very highly on trip advisor. When we arrived, it wasn't open yet. It was 1420. It turned out we were the only customers and we had ...
... several times before we left the flat, but was greeted by a recorded message which simply told us we had to book in advance!
So, we weren't 100% sure what would happen, but decided to give it a go anyway. The house of Lope de Vega was in a tiny side-street, which took a bit of finding - but the search was nonetheless enjoyable....Madrid's main streets are generally very busy, but most of the little side streets are virtually deserted, and full of fascinating ...