Foxa M-30 Suites & Resort
Travel Blogs from Madrid
... for a few months. After a year of hitchhiking through Asia and Europe, he's still going strong.
After talking about travel, happiness, and how his serious six year college degree is now a joke, I asked him where would be the best place to go at night. The hostel was offering a pub crawl, but I wanted to go and do my own thing away from the people here.
"Well me and some of the staff are going to see flamenco jazz at 9:30 if you want to tag ...
... After the tour we chatted for a few minutes to the English family, who had managed to book via email, and we learned that the tour we'd had the good fortune to join was one of only two a week in English.
Congratulating ourselves on this good luck, we decided to have a coffee and croissant on the roof terrace of the Circulo de Bellas Artes (where we'd had lunch on Monday)....despite the charge of 3 Euros to get up there, the views were so good we didn't begrudge ...
... br> The best hotels we’d stayed in included those in places such as Salamanca, Sancti Petri (the beach resort), Obidos, Lisbon, Guarda and Merida. The poorest hotels included Sintra, Granada and Evora.
We also discussed meals (or in Conor’s case, best desserts), but what really made the discussion worthwhile in my opinion, was when we discussed the everyday differences, which between Australia and Spain there are plenty of. We therefore ...
... Ferdinand and Isabel married and united the kingdoms it became the focal point. In 1561, they moved the capital from Toledo to Madrid.
We stayed at a hotel on the Puerta de Sol, the main square, and all of the major sights were within a 20 minute walk. Madrid is a beautiful, big city with an intimate, little old town in the middle. Fountains, churches, statues, cafes...all of ...
... runs for several kilometres between two seas; the Mediterranean and the Mar Menor (the lesser sea), and in many places is only 15-20 metres wide. Even in its widest part it is still only possible to hold one road down the middle with hotels on either side. The Mar Menor, is an inland sea so it is very calm and perfect for children, whereas the Med is properly tidal and quite rough. So in places it is so narrow that you could put your children in the placid Mar Menor and run across the road ...
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