Husa Arcipreste de Hita
- Minbar in room
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Concierge desk
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... br> A five minute walk from our hotel (which is in the outer city area) is the city's biggest bullring, built in 1915. Lots of hawkers were coming up, trying to sell us tickets but there is no way we would go and see a bull fight, even if it is 'pretend'. Apparently though you can do tours of the building and history of bullfighting so we thought about the possibility of doing that tomorrow.
After that we once again figured out the ...
... All year? Yes, many of these structures are HUGE, with quite a lot of detail. We went on the last day when all of the structures were eventually burnt as as midnight approached, and the final structure, the lion, was burnt at 1am.
Well, thats a brief update of what has been going on in my life! I'm leaving for a spring break trip tomorrow, and before I do that I must pack and finish up some homework.
Well our tour notes suggested we had a rather long boring final day bus trip from Granada to Madrid but nothing could have been further from the truth. The weather was glorious as we drive through the province of Castille- La Mancha - olive oil production here is the highest in the world. The landscape was dominated by endless hills covered in olive trees. We then passed into the wine growing region. Lunch was in the small local village of Valdepenas where we ...
... energy that is exciting and it would be a real experience to get to know this part of the city better as a resident, perhaps for a year or two. After that, I would really miss the open spaces. There aren't really green little parks here like there are in Sydney. The equivalent is a plaza, but there are few benches so if you want to sit and relax you generally have to frequent a bar. All the same, this city has a great feel for me. ... It's 12.06 am now and ...
... Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia (Modern Art Museum). We missed the stop, so get there was of a downhill walk. The exterior sure was modern as were the glass enclosed elevators. Entrance was free for senior citizens which we are now starting to openly admit. We did learn that one needs documentation to prove one's age so we took our copies of our passports. Audio tour not included so we shelled out 11 Euros and we ascended to the 4th floor in one of the very ...