Hotel Petit Palace Arturo Soria
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... free) I was all over it like white on rice. Catching the bus home I saw that Pendulum, a favourite group from Australia were playing that night at Amnesia and that cemented my decision as to where I'd be going, though it certainly cost a bit more than I'd hoped to spend. I had an absolutely wicked night at Amnesia, luckily getting by on the kindness of strangers who find me entertaining again, though I made the mistaken assumption that the larger of the 2 rooms was the ...
... br> Can really recommend Singapore Airlines- great service, comfortable seats, and delicious and generous meals.
Another 6 hour wait to connect with our Vueling flight to Madrid. The total journey lasted 34 hours! As everyone here in Spain says when they learn we are from Australia "It's so far!"
Our friend Alfonso was at the airport to ...
... seriousness behind the controversy surrounding the burial of Fransio Franco. Entering the silent crypt where footsteps echoed and large intimidating statues of Ark Angles and pictures of the apocalypse created a unreal eerie and scary ambiance to the whole journey. Finally arriving at the simple grave of ol mate Franco underneath a golden painted roof the appreciation of the craftsmanship required to complete this was finally seeping in. After spending nearly an hour ...
Today we are driving through the vineyards of Catalonia and the hills of Aragon to the Spanish capital Madrid. We arrived at our hotel around 4:00 pm where we will be staying for two nights the hotel is well located only 15 min from the city of Madrid. We had a free evening so we caught the train on the underground into the city where we found all these shoe shops with beautiful shoes on sale I bought 2 pair of sandals and Tony bought a pair ...
... turnstiles to a world of unparalleled beauty. Truly this is one of the greatest collections of art on the planet, a vast treasure-house of masterpieces that are almost overwhelming in their sheer impact and the visceral emotions they induce.
There are spectacular works collected over centuries by the powerful Spanish monarchy by the likes of Titian, Reubens, Goya, Velaquez, Caravaggio, El Greco and even an alternative version of the Mona Lisa ...