Hotel Las Artes
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... s beyond the palace and discover to my surprise a river! I never thought of Madrid as being a river/canal kind of city. It makes for a pleasant stroll—and a good place to finally take a **** before heading on back up into the city. Finally dawn arrives, and I head up to the top of a hill where I find an Egyptian tomb, which was a gift from Egypt to Spain in thanks for its help in preserving Egypt’s archaeological heritage. Obviously looks out of place here, but ...
... 15 minutes later we took off to Addis Ababa. The flight took 3 hours 5 minutes and started at 11:40 PM and ended at 2:45AM. During this time we slept. When we got of the plane, we walked for 1 hour and 4 minutes to a hotel called the Ag Palace Hotel since we couldn't find a taxi and there was no buses. At the Ag Palace Hotel we paid 240 Ethiopian Birr to stay at the hotel for 6 nights. We slept from 3:49AM until ...
... had to run quite a few blocks to make it back to plaza mayor for the walking tour. The street was packed as it is one of the main streets. Just as came around the corner to the tourist office I spotted a guide with 4 people - the guide saw me and guessed why I was running. I quickly out my sticker on and fitted the headset and we were off. Our guide was very patriotic and passionate about Madrid. Her English was very good - there were a few times she was stuck for words ...
... behind us! It was hilarious - we did well but you should've seen the line to the ladies room! When we got to Granada - they dropped off all doing the optional excursion. Only 8 of us did not go. They took us to the hotel which is on the outskirts, just below the Sierra Nevada mountain range - great hotel but we'll want to take a cab tonite back to the City Centro where it is a darling square with lots of shops, etc. Peggy & I got our rooms and luggage - put ...
... I seek. An outline is contained in the video embedded here. I do remember vividly, Ursula taking me to my first ANZAC Day parade. And her crying through the whole thing. She was a very nice woman, kind and smart, but saddled with a ********* of a husband. She lived to a ripe old age and deserved better from life. From Oxford, it was onto Salisbury. By hire car. It was only the second time that I have traveled outside of London, and had a chance to gaze upon England's 'Green ...