NH Ciudad de la Imagen
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- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Our Sunday was off to a good start although a little cloudy and cool. The cloud cover won out and for the first time on our Camino we needed our rain gear for the day. We've grown accustomed to sunny days. Weather forecast over the next three days are "wet". We're all pretty much in agreement that we were lucky to get only good weather up to now so we could ...
... a restaurant on the other side of town called La Specia . A little bit more expensive, but unbelievable good. Tapas style up market meat and seafood all served unusually in a totally packed little venue with no tables, just benches and a few stools. Doesn't sound like much, but it was spectacular. So good in fact that the dessert we had was so amazing I asked for another one. The beer in Spain is so good, and the wines are also excellent ...
... Mayor, where we continued to walk around and take in the sites. Honestly, we were once again waiting until it was an appropriate time to eat. At around 8 we sat down, and after asking if we wanted coffee, and responding that we wanted dinner, we got a disappointing paella (come on Spain!), and resolved to go back to the market and get some froyo. We then headed back across town to our abode, deciding not to experience the famous Madrid ...
... The tour leaders were floored by the lifting of the photo ban and whipped out their cameras and were snapping photos like tourists. Even our local guide who is a Madrid native. It was rather odd to be listening to our guide through our electronic ear buds and seeing her explain the history of the artifact while she is taking photos of it. Apparently the impending Columbus Day holiday was the reason ...
... up because so many people had jumped from that area. It was really sad to think about, but it's good the glass was there for in the long run. We also saw some statues and than walked around a garden that had beautiful flowers blooming. After that, the market had many spectacular array of foods, from chocolates, to cheeses, to meats, you name it. It reminded me of the markets they had in Mexico.
After roaming around the market, not sure what to do or get, we left ...