Ayre Gran Hotel Colon
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Leaving Salamanca we made our way to the ancient capital of Spain, Toledo. This city was surround by ancient yet well preserved castle walls complete with turrets intact. This natural fortification surrounded by a valley and river looked and felt like quintessential Spain. We had the opportunity to admire the swordsmanship of the city shops in …
... I was there and won a miniature BMW toy car (BMW is one of this year's sponsors). I gave the car to my host uncle as a gift and he was pretty impressed with it.
Yesterday was the start of my classes. I have to say I'm definitely more of a fan of the smaller classes (the Ualbany classes I'm taking have at most 6 people in them). Since my classes are entirely in Spanish, it helps to have more conversations with the teacher, and ...
... whilst hyperventilating - that I used the room they store boxes (it was just empty) - awkward.
After going into about ten other stores I finally found a cheap(er) thick and not ugly warm coat! I was so excited oh my gosh, the other ones were from 90-400€ and she couldn't work out why I wasn't buying them!! This one was only 60€ and my gosh I was sweating after having it on for a few seconds it's so hot - and heavy! ...
... the Royal Palace which Rick Steves rates alongside Versailles outside Paris and Schoenbrunn Palace in Vienna. We pass through Puerto del Sol Plaza and Plaza Espana with its monument to the author Miguel de Cervantes. We end at the Prado Museum where Jose II magnificently details the paintings of El Greco (now my absolute favorite), Rubens, Velasquez and Goya. We also see the "Garden of Earthly Delights" ...
... Queen), and walked this Madrid of five centuries ago. PLaza Mayor, Cavas Bajas, Arco de Cuchilleros, Mercado San Miguel, Calle Mayor and other places. I'd took pictures of some of the most renowned restaurants such as Casa Paco, Casa Botin, Las Cuevas de Luis Candelas, all brought back memories from long ago.
After this we returned to Palacio de Cibeles for a view of Madrid from the Mirador Tower, beautiful ...