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Travel Blogs from San Sebastian de los Reyes
... place to refuel. I can't remember what we orders, it was OK, but tasted a bit bland to us. But we were well fed and we enjoyed a caņa and copa of vino.
After lunch we decided to walk back to the hotel for a siesta. The evening promised to be interesting because all of Madrid was awaiting the Olympic 2020 host city announcement. The countdown to the announcement was displayed on all of the tv channels so we ...
... on facebook if anyone cares to look. And of course there are people peddling all sorts of stuff like lottery tickets, cheap toys and sunglasses. That, along with quite a number of beggers and street demonstrations is compelling evidence of a country doing it pretty tough. However we haven't been hassled and have loved our experiences so far.
The city is vibrant to say the least with crowed plazas and malls, inviting shops, fantastic ...
... Cloris. I love that evil baby.Thursday – I hired a Happy Drive. It was awesome fun! Great experience, highly recommended. It was a great way to see the town and especially the arts centre; the most beautiful part of the city. On balance, Valencia was OK and La Tomatina was adequate, but had we travelled to Spain just to see Valencia and Bunol, it would have been a disappointing trip. Mallorca; checked into our hotel, went to a restaurant and ...
... older works. Personally, I am a fan of more modern art. I was very excited to see Monet, Van Gogh, and of course my favorites, Picasso and Dali! As always, Esther was a great tour guide and gave us a lot of great information.
My favorite painting was Dream Caused by the Flight of a Bee Around a Pomegranate a Second Before Awakening by Salvador Dali. The dream like quality of his paintings always amazes me. It is shocking and almost impossible ...
... in their pretty dresses. Some people departed on a tour of the north to San Sebastian, and some of us are heading to Madrid.
Zaragoza was one of the most important cities in Spain during the Golden Ages.
7:30 pm: Arrived in Madrid (muh-dreed) an hour ago! Yay! Virginia is picking me up in an hour. I'm staying at the Hotel Mayorazgo, and it's nice! Hopefully I can see a bit of the plaza tonight. Tomorrow the bus picks us up ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility