NH Principe de Vergara
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... do you mind if I join you? I said of course you can, sit down.
We got to talking a lot about my trip, and also that Sebastian is a dentist, and has been in Peru, and explained how changing teeth for people there can transform their life, and really made him feel good about what he does. We exchanged numbers, I must remember to send him coins as I travel, he asked, so I'll try and get some back to him, and he said if ever I need to stay ...
The tortillas were soft in the middle and included onion that tasted like it had been cooked until soft and slightly caramelised. Best tortilla yet in Spain. The Manchego is made from unpasturised cheese so has a stronger flavour than that which we eat in Australia. Wish we could get unpasturised cheese at home. The cider I could take or leave. It was pure apple juice and not at all sweet. To get the bubbles into it they poor it from above their head ...
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... and many old masters. My greatest discovery was Bosch. I love him! The Garden of Earthly Delights, so crazy! There was also a Reuben "copy" of a Titian painting, Adam and Eve, side by side. So cool to see how artists are inspired by others, and how they change the work etc. Much like the Hamilton/Duchamp thing.
We walked through the gardens and to the Crystal Palace as there was supposed to be an exhibition there. There was, but basically it was some ...
... that made the aquaduct even more amazing. As I already knew it was built around 1AD, so is over 1000yrs old. What I didn't realise is that there is no mortar used, the huge blocks are just sitting on each other. Also the bit we can see is almost the only part that is seen due to the rest of it being under ground. Mind blowing stuff. Our first part of the tour was lunch. We had just over and hour then had to meet by the cathedral. I wandered up ...