Hotel el Mirador de Ordiales
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... so we said fine, but hadn't picked up all the nuances! We found we were to have the menu del dia - which was a hearty lunch. We realized what we were in for when a tureen of soup arrived! And the nice couple next to us said, don't worry, this is good typical Madrileño food, and so we lay back and enjoyed the whole experience. Soup was good, then we knew what we would get, as we had seen it on other tables - ...
... out that this cathedral was opposite the palace, and man what a palace, I am sure Elizabeth is still crying at night when she compares Little Buckingham to this colossal. I am just happy that I do not have to clean the 2,000 rooms in the palace. Ben thought a stroll around the fountain was in order and soon he found himself surrounded by 14 of the most beautiful girls in all of Spain. He could do nothing but sit in aware, and enjoy his luck. In normal fashion we ran into the "Mercado ...
The bus was leaving at 8.45. The bus certainly wasn't full but once again there was a wide variety of languages and cultures. The drive to El Escorial was about an hour away and we were heading up to the mountains. El Escorial was built by King Phillip II. He is the king that moved the capital from Toldeo to the then small town of Madrid. The Phillipines is named after him as the colony was taken over while he was king. He built El Escorial as one of his palaces ...
... That included my two pieces of chicken, chips, bread, a glass of red wine, flan and coffee. The flan was especially good. After lunch we walked to the Reina Sophia modern art museum to see Picasso's famous Guernica. We got in free because we are seniors. One good thing about getting older! Picasso isn't my favorite painter but that was a moving painting. I'm glad I saw it. He painted it after ...
... found in Europe generally and more so on the camino, no one ever opens a conversation with "so...what do you do?" This is both refreshing and a vivid reminder that who we are is far more important than what we do... Finally the question of whether or not the camino is for everyone... I can only say that seeing and feeling the culture and vitality of the camino AND SPAIN is something everyone should experience. ...