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... brekky, this was it. And I couldn't see any advertised anywhere.....nearby. After my "breakfast" I meandered about for a while but I still felt tired and seedy. At 3 o'clock I went back to the hotel for a siesta, I am in Spain after all. When I woke up again it was after five but I did feel much better. I headed back into Sol for some dinner. I read my book and watched folk milling around. The soccer was on, big game, Real Madrid v Barcelona. I didn't see it but I could hear the ...
... home grounds was perfect. I enjoyed the guides commentary on Goya and how his life evolved and why and how he became such a brilliant artist. After a quick break went on to see Picasso at the Museum Sofia, which is an old hospital building beautifully restored and holds only 20 c art.
Then a walk back to hotel via the gardens and of course a tapas bar.
This is truly a beautiful city but I suspect it has grown ...
I woke up sick this morning so am having a rest day in the local area. Alana and I had Spanish omelet ( potatoes in the omelet) with tomato and olive oil on toast. Yummy. I went to the hairdressers - luckily she was Romanian and could speak French, Spanish and English. A wander to the local church for Mass ( just missed it) and saw lots of colourful streets with hanging ...
... We drove for most of the day. We stopped at 2 for something to eat, and I got 2 fried eggs, french fries, and some bread for 5 euros. It was good, and I was glad I got it. Than we went back onto the bus, and got back to Madrid around 6. After that, I came back home and I was nice to be in the comforts of home. I laid down, and than just ...
... quite a lot of armour inside as well as the throne room where Queen Isabel reigned. Thank goodness for "Hard Rock Cafe" that serve meals at an early hour. Toledo and Salamanca have been very rich in history with various buildings and cathedrals dating back to 1200 and some rebuilt in the 1500's . Both of these cities have a main plaza. This is a central meeting area enclosed, with the boarders full of eating areas similar to St Marks Square in Venice. Enough for now Portugal here we ...