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Lovely buffet breakfast this morning at the hotel. Depart at 8.30am to join local guides, Sergio and Rafino, for a drive around the city area. Drive past statue of Cervantes's fictional hero, Don Quixote in the Plaza de Espana and the only operating remaining bull ring in Spain, Madrid's version of the arc de triomphe, and the Parliament. Continue …
Set off early from Seville as long day of travel to Madrid. We drove along the Guadalquivir valley past villages and towns studded with Moorish towers and fortresses. Stop in the perfectly preserved Moorish city of Córdoba. Cordoba is a city in Andalusia, southern Spain. This ancient city has been declared a World Heritage Site and contains a …
... since it look over 55 years before it was finished and hanging in the dressing room of his son. Other highlights of the tour included the world’s only complete Stradivarius string quartet, incredible displays of art and collections of silverware, porcelain and some of the most extravagant dining sets we had ever seen.
After touring the palace we were free to explore the wonderful city of Madrid for ourselves. Luckily our hotel was situated right ...
... there wasn't much to do. I was too exhausted to take photos so just wondered around aimlessly going into the same shops two or three times - which made security more suspicious. Security watches me like a hawk anyway because I'm so retarded when I shop, walking in circles in patterns that only make sense to me. I found a gorgeous pink top for 4€ but the lady in front of me in the queue was holding the same top - a 50 year old ugly, hairy lady. I wanted warmth ...
... each time....I'm excited to compare it to the Mexican-style sangria that we have in the U.S.
Carbs, carbs, carbs. All the walking we are doing is not enough to keep the carbs from sticking to us. Potatoes, bread, and rice are a huge part of the Spanish diet. Tortilla espaņola, spanish omelet, is made from egg and potatoes, and is amazing. It's pretty common, and Maria makes a particularly awesome ...