NH Collection Paseo Del Prado
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... Cathedral; into the Plaza de Toros, easily identified by the circular gallery inside a square building; the garden of the Alcazar; along the river with its multiple bridges; and identify the Plaza de Espana by its twin towers and curved main building.
There are about ten bells in the tower, all operated by electric motors, some being balanced and rotated to allow the clapper to strike the bell, others have the bell fixed and the clapper pulled almost to the bell by ...
... in favor of his son Felipe who is now King.The House of Bourbon has maintained its Royal Lineage.
Last night after meeting my group, of which we total nine in all, we headed out for a meal and a few drinks. Although I loved Germany and the Netherlands I probably wouldn't leave home for their cuisine. Now Spain on the other hand is more to my liking.I tried a local dish from Madrid call Cocidos, which is a pork stew with vegetables and very ...
... dining room was set for 130 people. Nice table. Unlike the royal family in England the current Spanish royal family does not live there, they reside about 25 miles outside of Madrid in a modern abode. They do use the palace for special events. The current king is 45 year old King Felipe, son of Juan Carlos who is still alive but chose to go ahead and retire. Felipe de Texas approves. Tonight dinner at ...
... and finally after 3 days had a shower!!! It was amazing! I scrubbed my whole body and the water coming off was actually brown. After that we layer down in a bed, once again for the first time in 3 days! We tried organising stuff for the rest of the trip and came to the conclusion that unfortunately we had to cut ibiza out of our plans :( . It was just too ...
... and through the centre of the city. Thongs were a bad choice... After five hours. My feet were killing me. But I got back to the station to get on my way to Madrid, and then connect through to Lisbon, Portugal. However, my run of good luck (see previous posts for how much good luck I've actually not had) was at an end. The train to Madrid was full... However, the one after was not. That next train came an hour later. Which cut the time I had in Madrid from near two hours, ...