Hotel Gran Legazpi
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I have to honestly tell you that last night at 1:00AM I did not know where I was going next in my journey. The original plan had always been Madrid; but, after talking with some locals the idea of Cordoba or Seville came around. Since nothing was planned, I had to decide what was next and I stuck with my gut feeling and headed to Madrid. I was on the 11:00AM Renfe AVE train to Madrid. This train travels at 289 Kilometers per hour. ...
... It was a lovely walk though and we discovered some very quaint little back streets and lots of boutique little shops and sidewalk stalls along the way. In the end, although we knew we were within a few blocks, we had to hail a cab and get almost delivered to the door (thanks only to GPS) since we were entirely lost and had no idea which way to go to find the restaurant.
It seems as though our companions had similar troubles, as they were ...
Last Friday the program left by bus at 8 am to go to Cordoba. The night before not many people got a lot of sleep because of work, worrying about missing the bus, and the fact that it felt like a Friday night. So many of us slept on the way to Cordoba When we got there, we ate at the restaurant in the hostel and then started our tour. We saw some amazing gardens and fountains. We also visited the mezquita which I had seen before so the part I liked the most was the gardens. ...
... even some bush-bashing thrown in, which we had not prepared ourselves for, wearing only thongs and sandals. There were no real paths on the road, and no signs saying how far away we were, so we began to think we’d chosen the wrong option. When we thought we could go on no longer, we finally reached the top, only to find out that we had to pay €10 just to see the outside of the buildings, and we didn’t have long left after all that walking as we still needed to get lunch. ...
... the pavement in central Madrid, I pondered the entertainment possibilities available upon my return. This is when I made the morally ambiguous decision to buy a ticket for the weekly corrida, or bullfight. Commonly criticized as an unnecessary and inhumane tradition, bullfighting has been outlawed in much of Spain, and is going the way of the evening newspaper, gradually disappearing from the national consciousness, popularly regarded as the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed