Hotel Petit Palace Arturo Soria
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... the street to Bar Santos to get a slice of its signature potato tortilla to take away. While we were there we saw someone buying a red drink with ice to take away. It looked good, turned out to be a Lambrusco style spritzig red wine, slightly sweet, more to Murray’s taste than Dianne’s. We eat the tortillas, which are OK, but not as good as we hoped, in the shade of the orange trees in the cathedral complex. Other tortilla buyers use the shoulder high bench ...
... also watched a german shepherd dog being trained to pick up sticks put them in a pile and then watched the owner kick each stick and the dog caught it and made anger pile. Some beautiful dogs. The onto thePrado Museum to see the priceless art treasures from the early centuries. must say Tour Guide was excellent. Then ...
... with people who dress up in costumes and then pose with people in photos. There was the fairly standard all gold/silver spray painted outfits with the skin painted to match but then also a rather overweight Spider-Man who seemed to fancy himself as a clown, several Disney characters and even a few people in a vaguely animal crouch covered in very very long strands of tinsel with wooden heads that could have possibly be dog like made of wood with mouths that open and ...
... Canillejas, and metro to Ventas, and in under an hour we finally arrive at our authentic Spanish hotel....Ibis Madrid :). We dump our lowly carry on baggage and head off for a relaxing drink and some tapas each round of drinks. After experiencing lost luggage in Egypt a few years ago, we are a lot calmer when it happens for a second time. J thought we would have had a lot better karma after returning an abandoned iPad at Heathrow to ...
Today we hiked a long way over the mountains. Our original plan to break up the Pyrenes into two days was going to be a fail because of weather and hostel prices, so we went for it even though we were a little nervous. We met tons of cool people and ended up doing a total of 25 kilometers of mountain hiking, so we are pretty proud :) the only downside was that it was cold, rainy and foggy most of the way, but we had a great time! More when my feet don't feel like they want to fall ...