Petit Palace Embassy
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Room service
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... to that fold the following year. When the conquering Alfonso VI entered the city through the Mab-al-Mardum Gate, his path took him near the Mezquita [mosque] Bab-al-Mardum, the only mosque to survive the centuries. His horse suddenly knelt down. Alfonso VI entered the mosque. A shaft of light guided him to a Christ figure hidden for centuries. Today the building is known as the Church of the Cross.
Toledo is a living town. There is a good deal of traffic, ...
... which is full of small shops that provide all kinds of foods, fresh fruit and veges, any type of dry meats you could ever want, cheeses and tapas, wine, beer and cocktails. It was very busy but we had a good look around.
Today we headed back into Madrid, we had a little lunch at our little precinct then wandered back to the Royal Palace as it was open to the public, apparently the King and officials were present yesterday so it ...
Today I'm leaving Barcelona, and I really enjoyed my first Spanish city. My favourite thing was the Modernisme with my favourite two of these sites being the Sagrada and Casa Batllo. Most of the food I had was amazing. I need to learn how to pick places to eat more confidently. Pinotxos were perfect for a single traveller as it meant I could try a few different things. I clearly loved the markets because I was there every 5 seconds. I will definitely be back, and hopefully soon!
... around for awhile and ended up at the Atocha Train Station. This was home to the largest terrorist attack in Spanish history on March 11th, 2003. Inside the station, there is a Tropical Forrest set up complete with turtles. It was neat to see as last time I was there part of it was under construction.
I met up with Iria and Jota at 4 for lunch and afterwords we went to walk around a nearby park for a little over 2 hours. It was a great Friday!
... breakfast as soon as it was available and then we would sleep after. I am never really sure when our days end and when they begin but I feel like jetlag won't be affecting us at home that much after all. I slept for about 5 hours and then pulled myself out of bed so that I didn't miss any more sunshine! Karliana continued to sleep and I bumped into a friend in the hostel lobby that invited me to go to a museum with him. Zaji, from New York, and I ventured out to see The Reina ...