Petit Palace Londres
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... in the middle of the old town of Madrid so many of the main sights, resuturants and bars were a very short walk away. We spent what was left of that day and night looking around the area and getting a feel for Madrid finishing the night off with a yummy late dinner Madrid style.
Our second day was packed. We spent the morning looking at alot of the main sites in central Madrid including looking through ...
... own worlds.
After about an hour, I really felt the sun beating down on my shoulders. The south of Spain gets HOT, no wonder they have siesta... the most wonderful of things.
I somehow found myself on the Main Street where my hostel was. What?!?
Disappointed that I didn't get further, I decided the universe was telling me to take a break and rest up before going back out. So, that's what I did. More reading, iced coffee, and ...
... water. The girls had planned to go to the Museo Sorolla later in the day, but I took the precaution of ringing ahead - and, well I never, they were closed! So, a change of plan....Liz and I got back on the tour bus, this time doing Route 1, and we arranged to meet the girls for afternoon tea at the cute little cafe (Olivia te Cuida) in the trendy Chueca district, 30 mins north of the flat. The bus tour was by now VERY busy, and the day was rather too hot for us, so we felt a ...
... or home but money so smoke - get your fricken priorities right people, my gosh it drives me crazy, why ask others for help if you aren't going to help yourself !
All day in Sol there had been some buskers with the traditional Mexican clothes and songs, they were always surrounded by so many people that I never had the chance to see them. Finally at the end of the day - after having passed them at least ten times - I stopped and looked to see what all the fuss was about. There ...
I took a high speed train from Malaga to Madrid to meet up with an old Spanish friend. He took me to numerous tapas bars around the Gran Via neighborhood to experience the world's biggest seafood eating country's specialty - seafood tapas. It was a fun evening in cold, crisp, yet always convivial ...