NH Alonso Martinez
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After a late night last night 5:30am was hard work! We got to gatwick in plenty of time but were gutted to find we weren't actually on the same flight. Luckily we still landed in Madrid at the same time so we were able to meet up at the other end and make our way to the hostel together. It was about a 40min metro ride to the hostel where we met Ash and An. It was sooo good to see them! After some catching up we headed out for a ...
... was one of the 6 days of the year it is shut for the patron saint of Madrid. We killed time at the station. We couldn't change our ticket to an earlier train as we had bought it well ahead and using a ticket machine I realised that instead of paying 130 Euro each we had paint 64 Euro each so it was worth waiting a couple of hours. Enjoyed a pleasant train journey to Barcelona catching up with photos and ...
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... and tasty- so nice to order a variety of different plates to share.
From here we headed to the bullring – just an outdoor photo shoot – the building is stunning built in 1929. Then it was on to pick up Meredith (Peter and Maria’s daughter). Back to their place for some tea and a rest, but not for long as we had to make our way back to our B&B. Meandered through more plazas and streets with interesting historic buildings. It ...
... before the fortress was used as a palace. The old palace burned to the ground on December 24, 1734.
Phillip V commissioned the new palace on April 7, 1738. The palace was finished in 1755. Of course, a palace is never really finished. Additions and remodeling have continued over the centuries. The last major work was finished in 1892. The palace has 1,450,000 square feet (yes that is over 1 million square feet). There are 3,418 rooms. To say it is big is ...