Hotel Spa La Casa Mudejar
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After a bit of a broken night's sleep
(being a bit over vigilant about not sleeping in) we got up nice and
early and had our first breakfast before 7.30 in a European hotel.
Following a nice breakfast we headed
back upstairs and grabbed our packs and came back …
Since the hotel charges for breakfast
we decided to fend for ourselves after we had a nice treat from a
patisserie on the corner of Plaza Mayor yesterday which is called The
Lemon and Mint (or possibly Myrtle). We each had a coffee and Darren
had a custard donut and Penny had a …
... local de arrepiar.... mais de 550 anos de historia naquele lugar..... Terminanda a visita ainda tinhamos que visitar as salas capitolinas (com uma serie de quadros), a biblioteca e a basilica em si.... essa ultima infelizmente fechada pois estava havendo um casamento na hora... que pena..... na verdade que sacanagem !!!! mas deixa para la....
Saimos por volta das 7 e voltamos a Madrid.... no caminho ainda tentamos em vao parar ...
... on the T was a hand that appeared to have strings reaching down toward a small t. It reminded us of marionettes. Sure enough, as we walked through the plaza, we saw people setting up for the puppet shows that were to shortly follow.
Along the way we came across a traffic jam at a parking garage entry. The reason for the jam was that the cars actually enter an elevator. An odd scene.
After having our flight delayed in WDC, we arrived in Madrid, Spain, on Saturday, October 15. We had only made one reservation for a restaurant, and that was in Segovia. On the way, we stopped briefly at El Escorial, built between 1563 and 1584. Sadly, we didn't have time to enter due to our 2pm reservation but it was an interesting place to see on our first ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility