Petit Palace Ducal Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... tomb and placed it randomly in a park. Soon it was about time to go meet everyone else at El Tigre for tapas. We found the place but they weren't anywhere to be seen. The waiter asked if we wanted a seat, conveniently Melissa speaks Spanish and she told him we were waiting for some friends. He said they may be at one of the other El Tigre's as there are three in the one street. Confused, we checked out the ...
... trying to focus on masterpieces. Early on, I found the Vasquez rooms, and took a nice long look at Las Meninas, which really is a strange work, when you think about it – very self-referential and self-reverential, if you know what I mean. Throughout the course of the visit, I became intrigued by the number of strange faces and other human oddities that pop up in Spanish painting. Everything by El Greco ...
... but it was different because you were only allowed through one time and the waiters put the food on the plate for you! We rode the metro to and from dinner and we took a side tour so that we could see the Mediterranean Sea at night! When we got back to the hotel, many of the group were happy to contact family members to say hello. Tomorrow we are off to explore the city of ...
... must speak these two letters with a lisp, thus 'plaza' is 'platha' and Barcelona is 'Barthelona'!!
He also recommended our first of many great restaurants, O Barquiro, for the menu del dia: €9.50 ea got us a full bottle of vino tinto de casa (house red wine), bread, starters of a huge bowl of lentil soup and a plate of fried cauliflower, cod with caramelized onions, jamon con patates (ham with potatoes), and helados ...
... cattle and sheep. The crops must be doing well. They looked ready to harvest. Around were snow capped mountains and they put towns anywhere where they can't grow anything so they where in gullies, on sides of hills and very close together. Not many trees around. Ham is very important here and they have it many ways. We even saw shops that just sold ham products and the second floor had lots of ...