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Travel Blogs from Madrid
... Tripadvisor and Rick Steve's and finally decided to go to Templo de Debod and cross through Gran Via (A street similar in essence to Broadway in NYC) to get there.
---quick break for lunch at the restaurant outside our hotel----
Gran Via was not like Broadway at all, turns out. I mean, I guess I could see how someone would compare the two, but really all the stores on Gran Via sucked. No cool shopping, no decent fashion. Another semi-let-down.
Across the street from Gran ...
... to do in Madrid, so we treated our time there like we were on a short family trip. (Sort of a vacation within a vacation.) On our first Sunday, we visited Retiro Park. El Retiro is huge with gardens, fountains, play structures, sculptures – much like Central Park. We found one of the few sculptures in the world of Lucifer. We wandered, played Frisbee and gawked at the beautifully dressed children. One young boy had a woolen car coat, ...
... one switch that had a red/green indicator. I flip it to red. *Beep* OMG, yay, power is restored! I fixed it.
So the food tour was an awesome opportunity for me to be a part of the nightlife. The tour was from 7:30pm to midnight! James from the Madrid Food Tour was awesome. Smart guy and very personable. It was nice to hear some tidbits about Spain and some of the things around us. It was nice, especially, to be out and about in the even and see what ...
... which is this old Egyptian temple. i know an Egyptian temple in the middle of Spain, how bizarre. but cool.
after went to this museum cerralbo, definitely worth a visit. most spectacular rooms within. including some Japanese armor = makes me think Spain and japan are linked somehow. specially considering after this went toe the palace real. again... so spectacular, but unfortunately no photos allowedĄ though ...
... dedicated to the club. We were permitted into the change rooms, walked the players tunnel out to the field, sat in the grandstands and even sat up in the media centre!
San Sebastian (SS)
SS is a beautiful city and renowned for pintxos (this is like tapas and pronounced pin-t-choss), housing some of the world's best cuisine it boasts 16 Michelin star restaurants. We loved our stay here and really enjoyed the spectacular coastline. La Concha ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed