Holiday Inn Madrid - Calle Alcala
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... choir, usually held the tombs of the bishops. In this church I would have loved to have some pencil rubbings, as the patterns on the tombs were quite ornate, but getting worn due to everyone walking on them. All the little altars that are around the church belonged to the very wealthy families, and most ended up housing tombs. Because they were owned by a family they were locked with the big gates. Because the families then had free access to ...
... named Howell who had been travelling for 8 months and he took us up to another lookout spot, this time on the mountain where we shared a couple bottles of wine and chatted for a few hours (how romantic). On our last day in Florence, which happened to be Easter, Zach and I decided to go on a wine tour (seeing that we were in Tuscony) which was probably the coolest thing we have done yet. It ended up being us and then a bunch of older ...
... 2 1/2 hours to Puerto Lapice (pwair-to lah-pee-tha) in Castile-La Mancha province. We had lunch in this little village in the bar/restaurante where Don Quixote fell in love with Dulcinea. The trough where he watered his horse was in the courtyard. Larry and Derek had ham and cheese sandwiches and bear and I had chicken noodle soup and a crusty roll. We went out into the little village to take pictures of the blue and white ...
... the city is blocked off, and the stalls go on and on and on! Everything was so cheap too, but I have space issues with my luggage, so I settled for a fun little necklace. On our way out we ran into the others, but they were just arriving and Matt wanted to see some more sights. So the 3 off us walked around the city some more, found an Egyptian temple in the middle of a park (a present from the Egyptians) and had a doze under some shady trees. That night, Matt had ...
... the ¨proof¨ to see it. After I showed her what I booked, she said that the entry is very clear - that the room includes 2 beds, a balcony, flat-screen TV, sink, and shower. Who knew that I needed to look for a toilet as well? Oh well, it was an experience for Molly to share a toilet in a hotel with all of the other guests...
We went out to Puerta de Sol (kind of like Time´s Square in NY) and bought tickets to the hop on/hop off ...