Hotel Monte Real
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... famoso cuando él está vivo; él conocía a muchos reyes y reinas, y él también conocía al presidente de los Estados Unidos. Hoy, fuimos a un templo egipcio. El templo está en un parque en Madrid, y fuera construido en el siglo II antes de cristo. Desafortunadamente, ellos no pudieron entrarlo, pero quiero volver al templo para ver las cosas dentro del templo. El parque era muy bonita también (como todos los parques ...
... fine! It was definitely a rough morning, though. I got about two hours of sleep, and then had to go from Florence on a 3:40AM bus to Pisa AND THEN on a three hour plane ride to Madrid. I was able to sleep for most of it, but I was still in a fog the whole day. All I knew is that I really wanted some paella.
We did not plan to take our own little walking tour, but we were set on finding the one specific part of town ...
... Interestingly the gardens sit up on the hill several hundred yards from the main palace and this was high enough to cause a temperature difference in the summers. For that reason the sultan actually had a summer home up in the gardens where he would come to escape the heat. The views from the courtyard in the summer palace were incredible and the use of a reflecting pool to enhance the beautiful flowers was breathtaking.
Alhambra is one of the ...
... the Royal Palace the parks, the restaurants, the shopping etc. etc. are all pretty incredible. We ended our evening with an elevator ride up to the Rooftop Terrace Restaurant called Tartan Roof. It's located at the top of the Circulo de Belles Artes building. We were treated to spectacular views of the entire city. Back at the hotel packing for our drive to Granada tomorrow. Our two night stay in Madrid has been ...
... closely followed by a great valentines dinner in London. Cheers Tasso Sophie Fitzgerald and Jess Sears were the best parts of Scotland. Beating even the breathing isle of Skye. They put more smiles on my face in that week, than anyone deserves to have in a month. Embarrassing moment: God there were so many. I think the conversation we had in a club in Edinburgh on burns night has to Win. It was made up on notable quotes such as "how long is the royal mile?" "So back to back is the ...