Hotel Fontecruz Toledo Palacio Eugenia de Montijo
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... tart shop/café in the area of Belém.
For dinner the three of us joined in an all-you-can-eat tapas event organised by the hostel jointly with some other hostels nearby. There ended up being quite a large group. We were taken on a walk to the tapas bar, which was almost unnoticeable on the street (it wasn't a touristy place), led upstairs and then organised into groups standing up at small circular tables. Plates of tapas were brought round to us, along with ...
... br> ham and cheese crossant instead of a normal one- maybe my Spanish isn’t as good
as I thought :) In our culture class we discussed all the things we are able to
do this weekend- the epic soccer game of the euro cup final between real Madrid
and Atletico (both teams of Madrid) and the elections of the European union. It
is so lucky that we will be here to experience both things and it makes
learning about their culture so much more realistic. After class a few of ...
... space. We walked away restraining ourselves from laughing out loud at the slapstick element that was just a bit too much.
The fountains were all on at the Cardinale, beautiful. We went up and opened all the windows as usual, Jan to read and rest, me to read, write, and watch a Spanish TV drama involving Romans and Picts which was familiar to me ... looked like 'The Lost Eagle'.
This place is 100 out of a 100 as a destination. What ...
On day two we slept in and headed out to the city in the afternoon. Our roommates were noisy again and made it difficult to sleep. Once we were out and about we walked to the Prado, but was too late to go in. We went near the modern art museum, stopped at the market basket of Spain, called Dia. Got some frozen lemonade and chocolate croissants and continued to walk until we stopped outside an outdoor park with a pond. We got coffee and sat at a cafe since we were falling asleep ...
... and I saw my old school, la Fundación de Ortega y Gasset. Also saw the Ayuntamiento (City Hall) and then did some window shopping so that Molly has an idea of what she wants to buy for souvenirs.
We stopped by "Taste of America" (a store dedicated to American food!) and picked up Oreo Pop Tarts, Root Beer, Reese´s Peanut Butter Cups, and a 3 Musketeers Bar. It was fascinating to see a store just with American food. Molly made ...