Amador De Los Rios
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... small. It allowed for 6 people. I couldn't figure out how that could possibly happen, as it was hardly big enough for 3. We wandered down the Gran Via to the Royal Palace. By the time we arrived there, we were so hot, the coolness of the Palace was very inviting. The gardens were spectacular, with many trees and a beautiful pool; not the kind you swim in. It was very peaceful and ...
... into Sol where my host mom had taken me yesterday, and just saw the similar views. This time though, I found an ATM and took out some money, because I hadn't had much cash that was euros on me. American money doesn't do anything for me here. No one accepts it.
After getting some money, I went home and took a long nap. It felt great to nap. Than, I had dinner which was that fish again, but this time she made little balls of the fish covered in some bread, so it was ...
... for him. Poor thing having to visit the emergency in a foreign country with so much pain. Andrei was a dear and flagged down the nurse to get some pain relief for Matt. Soon they doped him up and took him for X-rays and a blood test. The doctor came back with inconclusive results. Ugh. Not knowing if the pain would come back or not we decided maybe it would be a good idea to get him some ...
Caught the train to Madrid, got to our hostel and checked-in. Waited til the room was ready and then once our bags were in our room, we headed off to see Plaza Mayor, Puerta del Sol, walked down Gran Via (a bit like the Main Street of New York, just less crazy), Plaza de España, past the Royal Palace of Madrid and Catedral de la Almudena and back to the ...
We arrived in Seville to be greeted by 104 degree temperatures....Seville is also known as the frying pan of Europe, I can't argue with them on that one! 104 is hot anyway you look at it. We took a taxi to the hotel from the train station. The hotel was the Best Western Cervantes. We checked in and dropped our bags off in the room and headed out to see some sights. I am first to admit that I have no map reading skills at all, Joe is the map reader ...