Hotel Petit Palace Arturo Soria
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- Pets allowed
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... middle of the Salamanca neighborhood which was home to some of the best shopping, restaurants and cafes in the city. We took our time walking some of the main streets and tested my Spanish a bit trying to order some cocktails at a sidewalk café (we all settled for gin and tonics so my language skills really weren’t that great!). The architecture on the streets as we walked through was really incredible. The city of Madrid has done an excellent job keeping ...
... oddly glosses over the Spanish Civil War, providing an otherwise excellent overview of Spanish history. The information about the empire's heyday in the Americas was especially interesting. The museum wound its way through the massive fortress, driving home just how enormous the Alcazar is. We ate our picnic in a square under the city's cathedral, which we then visited after lunch. The cathedral was very impressive inside and out. Famous for its ...
... to cafe and had a chocolate pastry thing which honestly was a bit average but the warmth made up for it!
A PUBLIC NOTICE- to all the people who think it's 'cool' and 'hipster' to walk round taking photos on your IPads, you look like *******. If you can afford a tablet and to be on holiday, you will have a phone, that in most cases has a much better camera than your tablet. Please in the future use common sense so I don't want to slap some sense into ...
... a former storehouse of the old North Station, also know as Principe Pio Station, with its thick walls and timber beams inside. The labourers who came from Asturia to work on the railway infrastructure brought with them their cuisine and in particular a love of cider made from Asturian apples.
Casa Mingo offers a simple menu in simple surroundings, where couples and large extended familes dine together in the caveronous vault. The menu is short ...
... behind a group of people. Just before getting our bags we saw the exchange guy who was allowed in because he has been doing it for three decades (and he was pretty proud of that). My bags came immediately but then we realised that there was an Alexa Newsome on the list of names the guy had who we didn't fly with, so stood there for ages but she was told she was flying alone and had already gone to meet her family, who I think are friends with my family.
I had ...