Petit Palace Embassy
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
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... cathedral. As a building, and as a Mosque, it is spectacular. It is obviously a pity that they changed it into a cathedral in this case. The Spanish Catholic king who first saw the converted Cathedral told the people that they had destroyed something unique to create something ordinary. After our early start from Madrid this morning we were happy to have a two course lunch again today and again it was worth doing (for about $15 each, including drinks).
... to a defeating headache from first class (I know typical) it was safe to say I drank the stuff like grape juice and struggled to walk home I think the Spanish love of food can be best summed up though when this morning a man was pouring an aperitif shot at duty free at 7am and buying some Jason and cheese to wash it down....I often get teased for eating lunch at breakfast and stinking out the ...
... Most of the time I brush off their comments as coming from ignorance rather than from maliciousness. I've had people tell me my eyes are slanted upwards, other telling me that they are curved downwards. Uhm, a little consistency please?
*** People never tire in socializing. As soon as the weather got nice people are always out eating on the streets. My absolute favorite part of Madrid by far! The sun, the food, the low pastel colored intricate buildings, the ...
Got up at 12:30 to a note - everyone had gone to the cemetery to visit Tomas (Amparo's husband) so I had breaky expecting them to be ages, but 30 minutes later they returned and had lunch straight away. It was a rib and potato stew and literally the best thing I've ever eaten, despite being full I struggled through. Next thing I know, my (finished) bowl is taken away and replaced with a cake (Roscon)! It's a ...
Dinner - Round 2 at Mercado San Miguel
Once back in Madrid we are greeted by tumultuous crowds in Sol. Whilst Plaza Mayor is busy, it's quieter than the previous evening and so we head hopefully towards the Mercado San Miguel for dinner.
After a little searching we manage to find the Sherry ...