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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... n 1492, the strict Christian religious drove last of the Jews out. I also saw another 5) synagogue la Blanca with a mix of Jewish influence and Moorish arches. 6) Monastery San Juan de Los Reyes, the resting place of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabel. Then I walked up to 7) Puerta de Cambron, 8) Puerta de Alfonso vi, 9) Puerta de Nueva de Bisagra, 10) Puerta del sol, 11) Puerta Balmadon, 12) mezqueda 13) Santa Cruz Museum , 14) ...
... we resisted, even tho it was already noon! At that point, we left Rick and his walk and hustled ourselves over to the Palace, worried that we wouldn't have enough time for it if we kept meandering along. So, we toured the Royal Palace. Yikes! I think you should hear about it from Ken. Just know that my favorite part was the armory, with the horses dressed in their armor. Unfortunately there was no photography allowed inside the palace. So you will have to come here or ...
... and coffee 4Eur at Cafe de la Opera. Very Nice. Kept walking and came across Lynne's favourite shop Desiguel - 5 floors of it! Kept walking and went by Prado, Iglesias de Los Jeronimos, Retiro Park, Place de la independence and up as far as Place de la Alonso Martinez. Headed back and got lost of course so stopped for lunch at Magasand Retiro ( just realised I must of back tracked !). Had the most delicious smoked salmon bagel and coffee. Eur 7.92 ( included .72 to sit ...
... drop pin on the map and I was relieved to see a sign above the door that matched the name of the place we were looking for.
It was around 10.30 pm and we headed inside to find an empty bar with only one chick inside, sitting, with a cash tin on her lap, at the top of a flight of stairs, that were unusually placed in the centre of the room. We approached and explained that we were there for the jam session. She let us know that it didn't start until midnight but that there was ...
... 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, ...