Hotel Apartamentos Don Juan I
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... 150 euros, which was a little excessive.
We also visited Segovia with a class trip and went to two of the palaces that we have discussed in class. It's amazing to see the different tapestries that were commissioned by the king and see such an exorbitant lifestyle with endless rooms. It was truly amazing and everything was absolutely breathtaking. A lot of my ...
... and say, "No, just two beers thanks." We are served two very chilled Spanish coldies, no glasses, outside at our table in the square. Hundreds of people in this triangular space. A fenced children's playground in the centre with toddlers and parents. There, four old ladies sitting together talking to two women with prams, there, five black taxi drivers on the footpath, a litter of abandoned cars nearby, there, there, and there a hundred or more 30 somethings getting ...
... is still gone at school during the evenings while I have class more in the mornings, so we really only see each other at night. In watching TV and playing a video game together though, we have started to become descent friends. He tells me that me and my American friends should come play soccer with him and his friends sometime - Which would be cool! Fortunately for Julia, Either Alberto or myself is usually around the house. I've been helping Julia with house chores more ...
- Madrid is the highest (elevation) capital of any European country.
- Spain's flag is made of four stripes, not three. It appears to be two red stripes with a large yellow section in-between, but actually this yellow section is made up of two equally sized yellow stripes. Each as large as the red stripes. Red stands for blood and Yellow stands for Spanish land.
- The feet of a statue in the Parque de Reterio (statue across ...
... runs for several kilometres between two seas; the Mediterranean and the Mar Menor (the lesser sea), and in many places is only 15-20 metres wide. Even in its widest part it is still only possible to hold one road down the middle with hotels on either side. The Mar Menor, is an inland sea so it is very calm and perfect for children, whereas the Med is properly tidal and quite rough. So in places it is so narrow that you could put your children in the placid Mar Menor and run across the road ...