Vincci Capitol Hotel
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... stages, a band will play to signify the change in the spectacle, or when the president of the plaza decides one stage has been going on for too long. First, the helpers (ayudantes) have the bull run around to tire him a little bit. Then picadors, or men seated on horses, come out with lance-like swords and the ayudantes steer the bull to run towards the picador. Now relax, these horses are blindfolded and are heavily armored so they don't get hurt or get scared. ...
... in Plaza Mayor sells the best bocadillos de calamari- fried calamari on French bread with lemon and mayo. For dessert I strolled up the tiny alley "Pasad de Gines" to find the historic chocolate and churros restaurant "chocolateria San Gines". Yum. To walk it off, I kept going down calle mayor to the major cathedral and palace. Palacio real is grand & surrounded by lovely gardens- my favorite is jardines de sabatini because it has intricately patterned mazes cut from the ...
... interesting establishments (plumbers, wig-sellers, a shop selling gas masks, etc, etc).
We eventually found the house and entered, to be greeted by a guard, who told us we could look at the garden, but that, because we hadn't booked, we couldn't visit the house. He also gave me copious instructions on how to book, but unfortunately these went beyond the limit of my Spanish. Anyway, we went out into the garden, and found ourselves behind a small group, with a ...
... Hermitage. It is a beautiful area located a little bit north of Dublin. It is a Catholic site, and very popular for Catholic pilgrims. The whole idea of the hermitage is to be able to reflect in solitude, while also engaging with your surroundings and the beauty of God's creation in nature. I will be going there from Dublin on my own, and be received by the Sisters who run the entire place. There is a small village nearby which I will be exploring also, and a ...
... La Oreja de Jaime bar...it looks like a hole in the wall - a small no frills place with just a few tables and the kitchen right there in the corner...but we loved their food - great tasting yet inexpensive...their specialty is pig ears...and I know it's an "acquired taste", but they really taste great - rich and succulent...or if it is still not ...