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 …
... these beaches are also exquisite (although the water a little cold being the Atlantic), the surf great and during the months of July and August it's a buzz with numerous music festivals. From Portugal we will then swing back into Spain and return Black Caviar to Madrid via Seville, Valencia and Barcelona. Then it's time to swap the automobile for a train to head South to the ferry town of Algeciras to catch the ferry over to Morocco. Already the 'rough plan' has proven ...
We arrived in Granada without a hitch. We checked into our hotel, The Hespiria Grand and hit the ground runnng since we had less than 24 hours to have a "Granada experience". We decided to head up to the Alhambra, the royal palace. This is one of the most popular attractions in Granada and they limit the amount of tickets they sell each day, we wanted to get there ae soon as we could. We took the #30 bus to get there. The bus managed the very narrow lanes and twisting roads for the 15 ...
I've been trying to understand some Spanish/American history, so made my way out to the museum. Well, everything was in Spanish! Everything! The lady on the ticket office was nice, she let me in for free!! They did have an Aztec "calendar" among many other items. It was a great museum, pity I could only understand a few key ...
... because I didn't have accommodation. A couple of girls inspired me by saying they were just going to sleep in the park. That was my deciding factor. I bought a one way ticket to Pamplona for the next day. Merric checked into my hostel - it was funny to watch everyone re-check in because they couldn't get to Pamplona, haha. I took Merric and some others to El Tigre. Laura, a Madrid local took us around to some other places and was helping me practise my ...