Best Western Mayorazgo
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Packed up and left out bags at the Hostel while we hit the shops nearby. Charlotte found a shop nearby where she bought about 6 tops and I bought two scarves and a purse. Could have gone mad in the shop. Unfortunately designed for smaller figures than mine and only went up to L. Fun looking around but time to head back to the Hostel, pay and pick up bags. Passed the ...
... coz we didn't have the right change. It is definitely a city of contrasts.
We caught the bus and as we were driving through the outer suburbs I was absolutely amazed at the amount of graffiti around the place and closed shops. It just looks so derelict and horrible, almost ghetto looking. Coming from France a few days earlier, we didn't see one tag or piece of graffiti anywhere so this was a bit confronting.
Okay we really didn't want to offend the locals and make fun of their local ways but had to have a giggle at some of the idiosyncrasies of Spanish restaurant service.
We went to José Maria, Segovia's foremost venue for their famous suckling pig. The reviews said iit was great but whetever you do, don't order anything else on the extensive menu except suckling pig or they'll make your experience a misery.They needed our order before we had even ...
... it for Iberia!
Yay! So far, so good. We'll see tomorrow if Delta is as enthusiastic!
We are in Madrid! Took the metro in to Sol station and we are spending the night at Hostal Centro Sol! I have stayed here several times. Great little place in the heart of the city - kilometro cero.
One more chance at Spanish tapas, a glass or two of Spanish wine and then a pastry and a cafe cortado early tomorrow morning. Now I feel ...
... can go fast. The lady at the front desk said that sometimes even if you get there exactly at 8 am you won't get a ticket. That was a little disconcerting so I got there early and didn't have any problems getting a ticket.
The Alhambra is also kind of massive - it takes a good 10-15 minutes to walk from the entrance to the Nazir palace entrance, especially if you don't know where you're going. The Nazir Palace is the most famous part of the ...