Holiday Inn Madrid - Calle Alcala
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... explore the city some more—and meet up with an old friend I haven’t seen since 1998. This time I head over to the royal palace—a beautiful, mystical sight in the morning mist… then on to “statue park” with monuments dedicated to Spaniards who have played an important role in history… Then I hang out with Vino and his wife for the evening. We enjoy another stroll in the park and a hike through the old part of town where ...
... quick tour through the Cathedral we were left on our own to explore the shopping district of the town as well as the Roman ruin that had been restored just next to the Cathedral. The very interesting part of the shopping in Evora is that one type of product really stood in all of the stores. That would be things made out of cork! It turns out that Portugal harvests nearly 50% of the world’s cork but since only a small amount is high enough quality to be used in ...
... park is so big that you could hide a dozen such places in it and not find them the next time you visited. It definitely had the wow factor and was worth the long walk in the park to get to it. I have possibly only seen a third of what the park has to offer, and was pleasantly surprised to find a beautiful area of formal gardens on my way out of the park, heading towards the Prado art gallery
I walked past the Prado (one of the ...
... is delightful and full of interesting info about Toledo. We drive to Saint Martin Bridge which is incredible but change plans and head back to do our walking tour of the old part of Toledo because its too foggy. Its much colder in Toledo when we get off the bus than it was in Madrid when we left. There is an interesting mix of people on the bus, Around 40 people so its not full and i get a row to my selft. apparently each ...
... very basic and I could enjoy the conversation as much as I'd like.". For most of the afternoon we were having the conversation via google translate.
The next day I decided to see the other side of Madrid. I joined a walking tour. There is no charge, just a tip at the end if you felt the need to tip. The guide was fantastic and I managed to see parts ...