Confortel Suites Madrid
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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. ...
... it was still special to help bring to life all of that history.
After Seville it was back on the bus for a busy day of sight-seeing before our coastal relaxation stop in Marbella. Our first stop was the town of Jerez which is home to the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art. This is the premier Equestrian College in Spain and we had the chance to tour their facilities and watch the students and horses at work. This school is used to train riders ...
So today was a normal day in class, although everyone was exhausted because people had gone out the day before. My classes were the same, nothing really happened there except for my spanish teacher cancelled class for Friday (usually my classes are monday - thursday but we have one this friday and the last friday because we need a certain amount of days.) It was great and a nice break! So that will be fun tomorrow. My abnormal psych class I ...
... as well. The amount of detail was absolutely ridiculous.
The dining hall which is the biggest room in the castle is still used to receive special guest to Spain. On the hall is a painting of Christopher Columbus handing over a globe to the royal couple a symbol that he "handed over the world" to them.
The Stradivarius Room has a great collection of ...
... return to the Hostal Persal for a final farewell and to pick up our bag before heading off to the Metro at Sol. With the crowds building for the evening's celebrations we were slightly concerned that some of the roads to Sol might have been shut or that the Metro itself might have been closed. Our final purchase of the trip is a Pan de Higo (fig cake) which goes well with a creamy, salty, blue cheese.