Confortel Pio XII
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... outside Paris, which was constructed in the 1660s.
It's a gorgeous structure both inside and out. My chief gripe, here as well as at other such public monuments, is that "no photographs" signs were everywhere as you entered. I don't understand the sense of that unless they are trying to keep the visiting multitudes moving through the rooms, or are trying to sell accompanying books and booklets which include photographs of most of the rooms ...
... and al-Andalus” (no jamón!); and several hours of wandering the streets of the Judería and imagining what it must have been like when it really was the Jewish quarter and not mostly a home for souvenir shops.
And so two days passed by, and it was time to hit my final stop: Madrid. And in Madrid I did what I didn’t do almost anywhere else on this trip: I spent almost the entire 3 days inside museums. Specifically: art museums. The Reina ...
... country to experience such a historic moment: in Chile, we were there when Pinochet passed away, and we were in Mexico when Vicente Fox became the first, non-PRI President in over 70 years.
After all our fun out we came back home and got pizza for dinner. John ordered the pizza and I had to tease him a bit. He ordered salchicha and mushroom pizza for us (salchicha is hotdog, yes, hotdog...I don't love hotdogs at home, I really don't want it on my pizza). He ...
... who serve battered cod. It was delicious. The cod is originally dried and salted then reconstituted by soaking in water. Casa Revuelta was crowded with 3 guys behind the bar who didn't miss anything. On the La Venencia a bar that only serves dry sherry. This bar has been operating since the 1920's and is unchanged. Earnest Hemingway used to go there during the Spanish Civil War to get reports from the front. No ...
... She thought it was really funny. Once class ended a few people and I went to La Reina Sofia to see the Dahli exhibit for free. We waited in a huge line, but it w worth it! I saw the painting Memory of Time. ¡Qué bonita! His painting were a little strange but are defiantly worth seeing.
Tomorrow we are going to a Flamenco dance. I can't wait!