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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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We travel through the arid landscape of La Mancha where some of the legendary windmills still exist. From what may first appear as an unforgiving and dry land, an agricultural bounty grows. Jose tells us that Spain grows all of its own produce except pineapples. He points out important aspects of our drive: the Holm Oaks on which black truffles grow as a fungus. We learn that Spain is one of the world's top olive ...
... light to eat. Bugger that meant cooking tea because the restaurant here is closed tonight. Found some left overs in the fridge , good enough.
Our bikie friends also spend the day in Toledo. They rode their bikes into town and when the parking inspectore saw them he directed them specially to the car park and gave them special places on the top floor. No wonder as they must make an inpression where-ever they go.
Tonight we are surrounded by ...
Took the late train back to Madrid and had an early night.
I would have to say that Madrid was good for one thing - undies. Yes the Carrefour across the road from our Hotel had a sale on undies so thought I would try them out. Very cheap and they are the best undies ever, wish I could buy them in Australia. So highlight of Madrid trip - new nickers! This Carrefour store was huge and had a cafe and bar in the centre of the shop. ...
... Our favorite was level 4 and level 7). Level 7 was outside on the roof of the building! It was so cool. The five of us, Monica, Angie, Laura, Kathleen, and I all were dancing and met some pretty funny people. We left the discoteca and slept at the Hotel...Monica's dad insisted on sleeping on the floor so I had a pretty comfy bed to sleep in! The next morning we woke up pretty late, and went to the coolest McDonalds for like 2 hours straight!
It is so weird, ...
... cathedrals and a few sinagogues as well. One of them had even been used as a sinagogue and was later converted to a church. The displays inside talked of the desire to join the two beliefs as they both have the same roots. It was such an interesting place to see the blend of cultures and religions.
After exploring the city, we had a late lunch, and because of the rain and the commercialism that ...