Amador De Los Rios
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to San Ildefonso, the town where Felipe II built a royal palace with breathtaking gardens. IT ONLY GOT BETTER AFTER! We finished our day in Segovia, home to a Roman aqueduct, and I was quite blown away by how grand it is to see in person. We walked around the walled part of Segovia (the aqueduct inconveniently cuts the city in half; in the Middle Ages a wall was built around one half) and saw the enormous cathedral, Felipe VII's castle, and Segovia's Plaza ...
... man in the sky, but to thank the world for not letting me get lost and die.
After a short nap, I woke up with a stuffy nose and sore throat. I had been feeling a bit under the weather since Cordoba, but now it was catching up to me. I hoped it would pass by the next day, but nope. The cold hand of illness slapped me in the face...well...the nose, the next day.
I had a full blown cold. I was properly sick, booking an extra day at the hostel so ...
... payment to add to the cost of our breakfast. The atmosphere was clearer than on Monday, and the views were even more spectacular, and we lingered long enough to have two coffees each, with grilled croissants and six different jams (including tomato jam, which was surprisingly good).
Meanwhile, the girls had taken their books to the Retiro gardens, and were essay-writing in the sun. Liz and I headed to the Retiro, too, and spent a very lazy early ...
... a plate 4 x 3 rows, then had to pull out the stem and split them almost in half, but still slightly joined so we could take out the pips which make it harder to smaller quickly. The TV wasn't clear as to when it became 2014 because they did a fake one three minutes early. But in the end a bell in the centre of Madrid dropped and we ate the first grape, repeated 12 times. Everyone had a party bag on their seat so we all dressed up in lai's, party hats and wigs ...
On July 21st, Benno, Jordan, and I decided to be part of the Spanish tradition and watch a bull fight at the infamous Plaza del Toros en Madrid. No one else wanted to go and called me heartless, but I wasn't going only to watch the bulls die! I wanted to be able to say that I was part of a historical Spanish tradition! It was quite the experience. Everyone in Madrid, maybe just the tourists and the regulars, gets ...