Confortel Pio XII
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... in history: in 1631, 1672 and 1790. Each time they were rebuilt, the last reconstruction after a design by Juan de Villanueva is what we see today.
Since its creation, the Plaza Mayor has been the center of festivities, bull fights, royal coronations and executions. These would be attended by as many as fifty thousand spectators. It is still ...
... spoke no English at all.
After eventually getting our transport sorted for the final leg of this amazing trip we decide to give the metro a test run and head home happy.
We walked around the city and drank in the sights. Noticing for the first time in over a month how hot it was. We had come far enough west to find some summer lingering around us still. Before long we will be complaining of the heat but until then we vowed to enjoy it.
We thought we would ...
... previous 2 days). A delightfully non- PC waitress who assailed us with inappropriate jokes made a memorable evening even sweeter. Many Thanks to Chris and Tony for their time, and company. We will meet again.......some sunny day... Thus ended our British stop over. The following day we drove to Gatwick, dumped the hire car, and after a night at the Airport Hilton, grabbed a flight to Madrid. Stay tuned for next installment when I will instruct you on the sights, sounds, tastes and attractions of ...
... night. Since we somehow weren’t even jetlagged, we decided to throw on some warm clothing and explore our neighborhood a bit. After walking past the lit arches of Plaza de Alcala and past the glowing fountain at Plaza de Cibeles, we eventually stumbled upon a little café with outdoor seating. After ordering wine (Rioja, duh) and some yummy tapas, we enjoyed our first dinner in Madrid with a view of the city.
... food time. Anya had read about a great tapas restaurant called Casa Lucas and so we booked a table online to are sure we got in.
We headed out to find the restaurant and arrived at number 64 Fernandez street and went inside. We should've twigged something was amiss when the waiter awkwardly smiled when we said we had a booking, and just hurried us to a table. The menu came and there was no tapas but we still ordered and had a meal I would describe ...