Hotel FC Villalba
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Last time I brought up the subject of food and wine. Let me continue ... I have not had a bad glass of wine in Spain. I have always asked for a glass of 'vino tinto' in a bar or restaurant - so it's their house wine - and it's always been good. Prices have been generally around 2 euro if I'm seated (as compared with standing) and possibly a bit more if you are in a Plaza Mayor. That is about half the price of house wine in France ...
... cross all with Mary and followers, being put in the tomb etc. with characters in the dress of the day of the artists, we saw Rubens, Goya, Titian and many more. We also saw lots of portraits of kings, queens, and their children, famous people etc. they have some Picasso pictures on loan, not so much our taste but only one we could not make head nor tail of, lady with a guitar? After the first 20 or so rooms we stopped ...
... a very helpful young woman at the bus stop who reiterated our route but then said this shopping centre was way too expensive. Why not catch the train to such and such (I can't remember now!!)
So I just toddled along (as I do) with David leading the way, until we got off the train and found our way to a shopping centre that was full of cheap Asian stores (these clothes DO NOT fit me! LOL), with over half the shops either being permanently closed ...
We left Plymouth on Friday 17th at 7.42pm and caught a train to Bristol, we stayed at Acorns near the airport where we stayed before flying to Turkey last September. We were really lucky, for the same price as last time we were given a huge and very comfortable bedroom. After settling in we went to sleep with the alarm going about 3 hours later as we had a really early get up to get to the airport for 5am. We took off for Murcia at 6.25am, leaving snow coming down ...
... the Chapel de San Antonio resplendent with ceiling frescos painted by Goya and is the very place the painters body lies following his death in 1828. It seemed too good a recommendation to ignore, so after a leisurely breakfast in a nearby cafe, we re-entered the Madrid Metro and manoeuvred our way to the nearest station (Marino had suggested the route 75 bus, but we thought the metro was fine). One of the only problems with the amazing metro is the total lack of directional focus ...