Petit Palace Ducal Hotel
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Day 22 - Valencia to Madrid
Our first time on busabout, we made it to the pick up point by taxi, not too far from our hotel. The buses were so packed from La Tomatina festival, so 4 extra buses were required. We got on the last bus which was a little delayed, The best thing about busabout is that once you hop on the bus, you can write your …
Upon arriving to Madrid we took a tour of the Puerta del Sol and Plaza Mayor. At 3:00 in afternoon, there were plenty of people milling around hyper. Excitement included crazy, colorful wigs, headpieces, noisemakers, whistlers, entertainers, and Madrideans.
Well...we finally arrived back in Madrid around 3pm. We immediately took the train to Alcala where Chris had been studying for four months. He had a suitcase that he had left with a friend Christina there that he had to pick up and take back to Madrid for his flight the next day. Alcala was a really nice small town. Amazing vibrant and busy with a …
... mind, I had to push through it. I've been so lazy and getting fat. I need to turn it around and there is no moment like the present to start getting my body back in shape.
In the afternoon, the four of us visited the Reina Sofia Museum which houses all the important 20th Century Spanish Artists including Picasso and Dali. We couldn't get into the Dali ...
... be best to get a reservation. I called the restaurant and took the soonest table they had available - 11:15. Ashly decided to go inside and see if we could get something sooner. As it turns out, the man she spoke to was either a manager or owner, and we ended up getting a reservation for 8:00 - the exact opening time. It pays to have beautiful friends!
We were seated almost immediately after they opened ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed