Husa Arcipreste de Hita
- Minbar in room
- Babysitting service
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Indoor pool
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... of the cruciform patterns are side chapels that lead to the
interment chambers of the 40,000 soldiers. Behind the pulpit are the choir
stalls. In front of the pulpit is the marked tomb of Jose Primo de Rivera,
founder of the Falange (fascist) Party in Spain, and behind it also in a line
down the center of the Basilica is the tomb of General Francisco Franco de
Bahamonde, victor in the Spanish Civil War and dictator of Spain for the
... I thought the hop on and off bus was probably a good option as well as a walking tour. The map from reception was a bit tricky to read as not all streets were named and initially I had difficulties orientating myself. Once I had that sorted (with the use if my iPad) I was off. The main plaza was only a couple of blocks away and it was full of people and human statues. Quick visit to the tourist office and a bite to eat for a very very late lunch and a real ...
... above the ground in a plaza called Metro Parasol. Finally we asked a local girl and she noticed we were following the wrong #48... so we grabbed a cab - good decision as we were way too far to have made it in time walking. First thing we did was all have a beer as we were so hot and thirsty! Never tasted so good, haha.
Then quick got cleaned up to go to our "Be Our Guest" dinner - something Trafalgar started a few years ago whee they invite locals to ...
... for kebabs and darts and a coke, which were all received equally: delicious, but upsetting to our delicate stomachs. As far as I remember we lazed around most of the day, watching sex and the city and hanging around. Michael and Orson went to the Prado museum which sounded fun but I just didn't have the stamina for. At some point we all ...
... very close Yank Mates. Our cultural references are the same - no surprise given that we are scarcely one generation removed from being a Antipodean 'mini-me' version of the UK. I am comfortable with the 'banter' exchanges that are so enjoyably hilarious, and the historic resonance of the buildings, institutions, and people fit well with my taste ( or lack there of) and interests. Oxford, on the other hand was a little 'underwhelming'. The crenelated towers, and lugubriously flowing ...