Vincci Capitol Hotel
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... in mist--but this actually makes it more beautiful and intriguing. Strangely, I find this park more beautiful than I did back in 2008--maybe because I've explored so much of the mundane corners of the world, my eyes are more alert to appreciate beauty when I come accross it. There are perfectly trimmed gardens and fountains... some amazing trees sculpted so they look like giant green boulders... towards the edge of the park there are even some old Moorish ruins. ...
... the dining room etc were all refurbished rooms from when monks used the building. There was even an old chapel inside that was incredibly decorated and still used for weddings and special church services. The character of the place was absolutely amazing.
The next morning, on our way to Seville, we stopped at the small town of Merida which is famous for its Roman ruins that are some of the best preserved in the world. Our tour consisted of the two ...
... 1961) who persuaded him to site the collection in Madrid when the government offered him a building to site it in in 1992. Finally thank you Baroness for choosing that particular shade of salmon pink ( I like it ) to paint the walls on all three floors of your user friendly collection of over a thousand paintings.
It is an eclectic collection of highlights in art from the 13th to the late 20th century, and I believe whoever ...
... of the painting, in amazing condition. Get some lovely pics and we're back on the bus to go up to the lookout to get a panoramic view of the city, wow. just stunning. Head back to Madrid and enjoy a lunch of Paella in a restaurant near the motel with a couple from the tour, Ceasur and Jasmine who are both from Portico but live in America. Back on the bus and hook up with our local guide for a tour of Madrid. In her ...
... remember its correct name but the tour guide told us it was known as suicide bridge.
Trish, my daughter, had told me about a bar called "The Passenger". I thought I would check it out. After walking for 30mins I finally found it hidden in the narrow back streets of Calle Pez. This is new concept bar in Madrid, Spain and ...