Best Western Mayorazgo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... br> Crosswalks mean nothing. Just step out and meet God
Rent from AutoEurope Canada for better insurance coverage
Watch out for liability insurance to be included with other auto companies
Italians pass on the highway, then cut you off as they return right lane
Mainly ran into Germans, Brits and Americans in our travels
Clean trains, not clean subways
Garbage pick up in Madrid and Rome daily, ...
... by bus then a tour of the Royal Palace. From there we went to Segovia and saw a magnificent Roman via duct, walked the streets of the old town then scattered to find our own lunch. Lots of bakeries and bars, We enjoyed a coffee, ham/cheese croissants all for less than 10 euro. After lunch we toured the castle before heading back to Madrid. just one hour to freshen ...
... del Prado, the primary collection of Spanish art, on par with the Louvre in Paris. In my Spanish class, we talked extensively about artists such as Francisco de Goya, Diego Velázquez, and El Greco, and their various artistic styles that defined and shaped Spain. Although I had seen images of some of their most famous works in class, it was really impactful to be able to see them in person and all of the detail that was put into the paintings that really ...
... Rumi called in sick so we had to do the days cleaning ourselves. My bed pulls put from under Nat's bed, with centimetres on either side between her bed and a dresser. Lala and I were making the bed whilst Nando and Nat were at the gym, I was standing at the head of the bed, her at the foot to tuck the sheets in. However, she accidentally rolled the bed towards me, causing me to fall over due to lack of room, my head hitting a shelf on the wall from underneath. On the shelf ...
... where we had a spectacular 360* view of Madrid. It reminded me of being up in the dome at St. Peter's in Rome. Remember, Peg? But Madrid is not nearly as big as Rome. When we came down out of the cupola we toured the Church. It is very full of light with bright colors and modern beautiful stained glass windows.
Next we went to the Palacio Real. You were right, Erin, it was the best part of the day. We took lots of ...