Aparthotel G3 Galeon
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... that came highly recommended. We sampled tapas of cod in batter ( really tasty) 3 good-size pieces, tuna and delicious beef empanadas along with a bottle of the house white - all for about $22.00! We wanted to have lunch there the next day, but, but being very popular with Madrileños, there were longI line-ups to get in. The next day we were up early to get to the Royal Palace. It is said that this is the most sumptuous palace in Europe after Versailles and the ...
... museum being closed for renovations for five years between 2008 and
The museum is well laid out on multiple floors and the
numbered rooms follow a clear chronology of archaeological history and
development on the Iberian Peninsula. That means from pre-history to what they
call proto-history (Bronze Age civilizations), the Celt-Iberians, Phoenician
settlements and Punic Invasion, the Roman Era, the Barbarian invasions and the
early Christian ...
Whew! I knew it took me about a week to post about Morocco, but this weekend has been so great that I won't be able to remember it all if I don't post about it now! Thursday night, my host mom Emilia complemented me on my Spanish, saying that it's improved since my arrival! It was sort of funny when she asked me if I had noticed, because to me it's only a little that I've personally seen. But hey, if a Spaniard is noticing improvement in my ...
... while sipping on the array of drinks one would expect. It was simply an amazing place and we have already plans to,return tomorrow to explore more delights.
The flamenco club was small and intimate and we joined another twenty or so patrons to half fill the tables and chairs located below the small stage. The show started and we were literally blown away by the brilliance of the guitar player, the mournful laments of the singers and of course the sheer passion and ...
... to go home or explore a little. Kudos to my buddy Rachel Slovak for walking around Madrid with me and honing our orientation skills! We went to 2 different phone providers to check out phone plans, then walked over to El Corte Ingles (Re: Spanish Macy's). After that, we set out to get lunch. Took us a little longer than we planned to find this neat indoor farmers market but oh well :P Then we both took the ...