Eco Alcala Suites
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... the Muslim section and the Catholic section, all showing the change that Toledo went through over the course of history.
We caught the train back to Madrid and then had a relaxing afternoon/evening as we were a bit exhausted after all the walking.
Now the best bit of staying at the hostel in Madrid is that, although they didn't supply breakfast, they did provide churros during breakfast time, which I feel was a suitable substitute for breakfast! ...
... mainly for the purposes of our fading memories so the more detail the better. If you don't want to read about the gory specifics I would skip the next paragraph.
The first bull came into the ring with no heraldry and proceeded to look lost before it spied it's first matador and charged instantly. It's a very unfair battle. They get the bull running around chasing one person before he slides back into his skinny hidey hole. Another comes out and gets chased himself. ...
... took about 2 hours to fly to Madrid. We decided to take a taxi from the airport to the apartment with the crazy taxi driver getting up to 150km/hr for a lot of the way.
Our apartment was situated in a lovely plaza area above a flamenco restaurant. Thankfully the windows were double glazed! We settled in and decided to see if we could get soccer tickets for the Real Madrid game playing that night. Ended up getting some reasonable tickets (both price ...
... Madrid reminded me if Vienna for it's appealing appearance. On my last night I joined a group of girls I met at the hostel and went for tapas. It was delicious! We had five tapas each and four litres of sangria between the six of us. It only came to €10 each! Very cheap! The next morning I was back on the bus for the trip to San Sebastián. It was a picturesque ride through the mountain back to the ...
... which was very interesting. I'd never heard of it before but it was the house of a very rich man who was a collector. He built it in the 1880s. The rooms have been restored, where necessary, to show how the family lived. Every room is filled with beautiful furniture, works of art and all sorts of "collectables" ...