Hilton Madrid Airport
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The Hilton Madrid Airport Hotel is an extremely stylish, modern hotel. The rooms have textured, black tile floors and walls in the bathroom. I loved the tile thinking how warm it felt only to find out later in the Web description that it was actually heated. OMG!
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... figure, more thereon soon. Lots of small vehicles here, reflective of the price of petrol at around 1.2E.
It took some 45M to reach the town of San Lorenzo. Its proper name is San Lorenzo de El Escoial. Its population of 20,000 reaches 50,000 in the summer, its coolness a point of refuge for many in Madrid.
The town is better known for the Royal Monastery of St Lawrence, built by Philip II between 1563 to 1584 to honour a war triumph ...
... the palace were the two very distinct cone shaped chimneys which were used to help dissipate the smoke from the kitchen when preparing large feasts for the royal family and guests.
Inside the palace we quickly learned about the interesting history of the Iberian Peninsula with its variety of religions and rulers throughout the centuries. It was very interesting to see each of these styles represented in the rooms that we passed through, especially in ...
... in their mouth.
After walking around Madrid for the afternoon, we went to dinner at el Museo del Jamón for some traditional Spanish paella. This was my first time ever trying paella, which is a mixture of rice and various seafoods, and it was delicious!
Well, it's been a long day and I'm glad to finally have some time to rest. Tomorrow we are visiting museums and walking around Madrid again.
... manchego & tomato bread EU20. It was getting close to midnight when we walked past a noodle place a stone's throw from our hotel. As we stopped to look at the menu, the waiter opened the door and motioned us in (we thought they closed at midnight!). Yumm! EU11. We hadn't had noodles for 3 weeks!
Off to bed. Tomorrow I have a table booked for an even bigger lunch! Also hope to visit the Prado Museum first.
... place called Museo Jamon, which ended up serving great fresh ham with some cheese and bread. Turns out you can buy this stuff in a supermercado too, but it was cool to eat with locals. After that, we roamed around the city. We went to the Prado, but it was after 8 so it was closed. Then we went to the Palace Royale, which was very big and pretty. After that, we walked around and saw some sort of political demonstration happening in a plaza near our hostel. We stopped ...