Confortel Alcala Norte
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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... attack occurred in 2004 and was directed by Al-Qaeda. There is an impressive monument to the attack with the names of the dead. The US Embassy in the exclusive Salamanca area is nearby where the museums are located, as well as Parc de el Retiro. It's a huge park built like Central Park in New York City. We ended the tour there and I went to the Prado Museum in the afternoon, which is one of the great art museums in the world. Since I arrived at 12:30 PM, ...
... but in wonderful condition.
That evening I went on a Tapas tour with a very mixed group of people. There were 2 families from Argentina, a mother and daughter from the US (all who spoke Spanish) and myself and a Canadian (who spoke English). It was a very fun night with everyone trying to communicate in some way. We went to 3 tapas places, all very different. The first being a more traditional style where we got to try drinking out of ...
... thought were monsters. Guess I'll have to read the book now. We got to Toledo for lunch & then had a walking tour of the old town where we saw El Greco's The Burial of the Count of Orgaz in St Thomas' church. We were all pretty tired by this time but after 2 hours of walking up & down narrow cobbled streets we drove to some place that made jewellery & knives & swords etc. Then it was on to Madrid . I feel a little lost now as there is no one to organise us any ...
... by the amount of other runners we saw around the place. There were manicured gardens, statues everywhere and more water fountains than you could possibly want.
After heading back for a shower we proceeded to wander around some of the beautiful buildings Madrid has to offer.
Tonight was our final look at European football when we went to watch Spain's Athletico Madrid take on the Italian giants Jeventus.
We followed the crowds to the stadium although before ...
... listened to me anyway. Around 5:45, I took the metro to go back into Sol and met up with three other students so we could go buy our cell phones with Spanish numbers. More on that tomorrow when I understand how it actually works... And then I saw flamenco. #dead. Seeing flamenco for the second time has convinced me that it's completely imperative that I take lessons! Tomorrow should be another interesting day, but I'll save that for later :) ¡Hasta ...