Gran Hotel Las Rozas
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Finally had a great sleep - a catch up after the night train. Woke after 8.30 feeling like new people. Went to a nearby churreria where we had churros and chocolate, very good and a great sugar hit! Then wended down to the Reina Sofia Museum (Prado tomorrow) which is mostly Spanish modern art and of course the famous Picasso Guernica. It is a huge building that used to be a hospital. We had a little drink and tapas on the way back - by ...
... and we zipped over the pond to greener pastures. For the next 16 days we have only airplane tickets, 2 nights accommodation booked in Madrid, one night stay in the Alhambra, and a hotel room for the night before we return, for the rest we will go with the flow, and see where the wind blows us. This method of traveling requires little planning, as we did not have any time to do planning any way, it allows us to really relax, if we find a town we like, we stay ...
... opposite side and in the same position are yessir queens, the only exception being Queen Isabella II, she inherited the crown so is one the side of the Kings and her husband is with the queens. It's an amazing room, but the room is now full so people are trying to guess where ex King Juan Carlos will be buried when he dies. There are two special rooms by the Pantheon, one for the Pantheon of the Kings and the other for the Pantheon of the Princes. These can only ...
We met in the lobby this morning at 9:30 am and Nygil wasn't there. He is sick today but his assistant Amanda took over and we didn't have any problems. Our local guide was Fredrico and he was great. He walked us around town and told us stories of the history of Madrid and all the royal monarchs. He was a great story teller with a good sense of humor. That took a couple of hours and then he left us ...
... the locals are warm, welcoming and love anyone who wants to chat, even with broken Spanish. The city is a wonderful mix of ancient buildings, winding streets and hidden plazas. One of our favorite views is the street vendors who sell anything from handbags to Spanish fan, all of which lie neatly on a white blanket....why, well we found out when we happened to be walking at the same time as a police officer. Quick as a flash, the white sheet turned into ...