Sheraton Santa Maria de El Paular
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Next day, Wednesday, October 15, we followed the Rick Steves walk down Calle Gran Via, starting with a look at the view from the top of the Circulo de Bellas Artes building. As we were walking to our starting point we noticed a small demonstration in progress on one of the buildings across the street from a congressional building. Policia were everywhere and they had essentially stopped demonstrators hanging a huge banner on the side of ...
... struggling with something (in my case Spanish) when I used to get frustrated.
This has been a really important journey for me to help get back to where I used to be before all the problems with my back and my ongoing struggle to feel even a tiny tinge of happiness. Having spent two months, where for the majority I have been in total bliss reminds me how important it is to be happy and do what I want. Now I know the effort will definitely pay off in the long run and I shall ...
... group got so lost that the plane was delayed and the doors shut by the time they made it.
Everyone had been given separate seats - the closest two people were together was 7 rows apart! Luckily it wasn't a full flight so I swapped my aisle seat with the old fat man (who kept sitting on me) to the middle and Brittany and Eliza moved so we were together. The flight actually went so fast! The first two hours we talked about our experiences then Brittany and I got up and ...
... build bigger palaces only to move out a few years later and they hate the royals spending the countries money. I have never seen or heard of them mentioned. I didn't go inside, I felt that for something like that I needed someone with me to truly enjoy it - I must admit this is the first time I have come up with a con of travelling alone!
There was a Cathedral next door which was just as stunning as the palace, they were possibly built together because the doors were ...
Our first full day in Spain turned out to be a great one. We started off in the hotel with the equivalent of about 9 cups of espresso, and then set off to find a café for breakfast and more caffeine. We took the subway to the Plaza de Isabel, where we had a light breakfast. And more coffee. Afterwards, we headed to Palacio Real (royal palace) for a look around. The ...