Caballero Errante Hotel
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... famous Parque de Retiro, and a 15 minute walk to my University. I have already met my host mother, one of her two sons, my host mother's brother, and some neighbors. My roommate and I were welcomed immediately with open arms and a very delicious lunch. Chicken, spanish greens, tomato and fresh mozzarella, with melon and coffee for dessert. It was phenomenal!
Orientation begins soon and I hope to post more pics of the city once I go sightseeing a little!
... as well as a lake where you can rent a boat. The line for renting a boat was too long for us this time but next visit we will definitely rent one.
We had several places we wanted to visit for our sun holiday but after talking to Kole's coworker, Jorge, who lives in Madrid, it sounded like a great destination. Jorge was able to give us all sorts of recommendations. He was even nice enough to book us a table ...
... the rain - the first Spanish rain I've seen! We spent a little time looking at buildings then went to a bar where everyone was smoking the Shisha (fruit flavoured tobacco in a bong) - which everyone insisted was healthy, but my research at home indicated quite the contrary, with one Shisha smoke being equivilant to like 200 cigarettes!! After an hour or so we left and went sight seeing some more. We saw the first tall building built in Europe, ...
... stage & were keen to get to our accommodation & have lunch rather than mess around with Spanish petrol bowsers.
We arrived at our hotel just before 3 with 30 km worth of fuel left in the car. After checking in & having lunch we set out for the nearest service station which according to the navigator (& Spanish road signs along the way) was 1.8 km away. A good 5 km drive to where both the navigator & street signs ...
... train station, we caught subway line one to Gran Via and walked to the second Calle, Salud (our street).
Checked right in, set up and headed off to explore Madrid.
We went to the museum area to locate the 2 museums we want to go to (or at least 1 of us wants to go to).
We chose the Prado tonight as it had free hours. We saw the supposed best painting in the world, Velazquez's "The Maids of ...