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... rivers, so discretion was required and we grab a taxi to the station. We arrive back at Atocha at 4pm, it is 2.9km back to ths hotel so we decided it is best to walk to see some more of beautiful Madrid. Of course, coffee and cake undo any benefit of the walk. We arrive back at our hotel to rest up for dinner. Spainish restuarants do not serve food until after 8, only drinks until then.. Caught up with John n Joy snd Brian n Gail for pleasant pealla n tapas ...
few interesting things elsewhere in the province.
I’ve read a few articles in recent years in the Economist
and other sources on reckless spending by regional governments in Spain during
the boom years up to 2008, major make work schemes that produced large white
elephant building projects under the mistaken notion of “build it and they will
come” – airports, concert halls, conference centers, etc. The ...
After two days in reasonably size cities such as Cordoba and Granada, it was time for a change up for in our Iberian travels. As we will be spending two days in Toledo at the beginning of next week, Dad decided months ago that the town we'd be visiting today would be Almagro, which is a small and completely non tourist town approximately half way between Cordoba and Toledo. The town however does have one claim to fame, the theatre built in ...
... Im not entirely sure what was in it but there was bread, garlic and sausage mix up together and cooked in a huge frying pan, like a paella would be. It was served with grapes from the region along with a house wine that was very strong. Best part was that it only cost 2 euros and all the proceeds went to the AECC which is the spanish association to cure cancer.
Had to pop in here for a look - was open from 5pm on Sunday's after their long lunch. Had drink and Tapas in the unusual square while we waited for opening time
Theatre best described as a rectangular Globe - about the size of the watermill in Newbury. Open air - with the obligatory shades over the roof space.