Hotel Zenit Conde de Orgaz
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... one our traveler) yelled out "Get out of here" to the pick pocketer and chased him away. That was a close call....what a way to start a trip. On our way back to our hotel we stopped at a Tapas bar and ordered a cheese & cracker platter and beer. Once we arrived back to our hotel we showered and got ready for our welcoming dinner. We ate at a place called "Ginger" the food was okay. I ordered a chicken curry dish and Tom ordered "undercooked tuna". We started the ...
Today was a very (much needed) relaxing day. I got 12 hours of sleep for the first time in forever yet I was still tired. Not exhausted enough to stay in bed though! Claudio and Adela were already at work so I had breakfast at his house and off I went to explore Madrid! I didn't get much done because I found a few tattoo shops and chose one that I really liked to get my tattoo done. I'm actually sitting in the tattoo shop as I write this! I'm getting a compass but with my unique ...
... on our way to Barcelona. During the ride we had fun practicing the dialect we are going to hear in Barcelona and explaining some slang words in English to our tour guide. We arrived in Barcelona at 7:00 pm. We checked into the hotel and left about an hour later for dinner. The restaurant was located in the Olympic village. The buffet style dinner was a treat for a lot ...
Trained in to the city, bought a hop-on, hop-off bus ticket and saw the sights! Museo del Prado was a must to view the artworks. It's one of the world's 10 best museums, we read. I'm now reaching culture overdose, no more. Also saw an Egyptian temple - see pic. Was more than a little dismayed at the rubbish in the city streets. Everywhere we went the bins had not been emptied and heaps of rubbish were stacked around. It was a distraction from an otherwise beautiful, typical European ...
... of the town then went to a bar with Busabout where we ate pintxo and drank sangria whilst we watched passed bull runs over the years. The next day we headed to Pamplona for the opening ceremony where we all piled into the city center at 12pm along with hundreds of other people welcome the start of the festival. Everyone then covered each other in Sangria, got drunk and watch the bands and fireworks through the night. The ...