Sheraton Santa Maria de El Paular
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... bar and revisited Casa Revuelta for some cod. We then had some drinks at another bar before coho ping down on churro and liquid chocolate at Chocolateria San Gines. Yummy. Back to Sofia to view some galleries we had missed earlier. Cathy bought a book on Lopez her favourite artist. Long walk back to the hotel. Met the tour group then we all went to dinner at local ...
... with a complimentary entree of carrot sticks - nothing else - not even dip.
Nat decided to take me to see where the gypsies live, near her house, because she knows I'm fascinated by them. They lived in this horse ranch place that was disgusting! The horses had no room to move in their stables, they had to stand diagonally with their head out the door to fit and the floor wasn't even covered in hay. There were heaps and heaps of the carriages sitting around the place ...
... I find it so depressing! All the little kids were at lunch, even ones I had never met knew my name an ran to hug me goodbye! We got a class photo (missing two of my closest friends) then had to say goodbye which was hard. I wasn't really sad or nostalgic until Carlota said goodbye and I realised I would probably never see her again. We had to leave early so all this happened in a matter of minutes before we ran out of time. We searched the school ...
... was beautiful, but the florid ceilings stole the show. (Carol Ann liked the soldiers and horses in full armor). Next, we headed to the Catedral de la Almudena (cathedral of the Almudena) and lit a candle in prayer for Lief to get a new heart. After the cathedral, we walk to the highly recommended restaurant, El Sobrino de Botín. We were served an amazing lunch by ...
... By this time we had had enough of palaces, so we drove by and entered the city close to the aqueduct. We sat with a coffee (yet again is the cry) and looked across the square to this amazing monument. Built by Trajan it is still in excellent condition, over 700 metres long and 28 metres at its highest point. The aqueduct continues underground when it hits the city walls, all the way across town ...