Cigarral El Bosque
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... the train to Madrid and then the Metro to the B&B, located in a neighborhood close to the museums. The B&B was on the third floor - 58 steps from the door and no elevators - but I managed to huff and puff my way up with 2 suitcases. The owners of the B&B, a young Argentinian couple, Rudolpho and Paola, who were very friendly and knowledgeable and helped us with restaurant recommendations, and also helped us navigate the Metro ...
Today was a great day in Toledo! I left Vivi’s in Madrid at 10:30am and walked down to Atocha train station to get the train to Toledo. Alicia was nice enough to pick me up at the train station with Rodrigo when I arrived at noon. We went into the old city and parked the car so we could walk around for a few hours. It really is a cool little city, built on a hill, and surrounded by the river Tajo on three sides. Alicia used to be a ...
... I was paying for. I later discovered that I had a credit of 15 euros for international calling, 1 GB of internet and it would last for a month. I have no idea how to renew this after the month is over. Maybe I'll just get a new Spanish cellphone number every month.
Once the group find landed and I finally found them in another terminal, we all piled onto a charter bus and commenced our week long seminar, Azahar. In the seminar was about ...
... car park, and lugged our cases into the old section of town, where vehicles are not permitted. We checked in to the accommodation which has a name that is very tricky to pronounce, however it is written above for you to read. we went into the town and walked around lost for some time, before we had a lunch break at a café around the corner from the centre.
With my health gradually improving, we went inside the main cathedral, which is so big that it can fit the ...
After getting up this morning we had breakfast in the hotel. We sadly packed our bags. We were filled with sadness for leaving Holland, that we both grew to love, but we were also filled with excitement and anticipation for the journey ahead.
We left our bags at the hotel after we checked out and went to find a post office. (The second parcel is on its way Pat.) The receptionist at the hotel gave us ...