Parador de Limpias
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Limpias
... mango, curry chicken and mango chutney. I was introduced to a plethora of english teachers from the US while visiting and can see why Jill (or Katia as she is called in Madrid - J's are hard for Spaniards to pronounce) enjoys Madrid so much.
The days passed exploring different areas like La Latina and Sol, wandering past monumental sites like the palace, churches and markets and my favourite, reading in the beautiful Retiro Park, a large ...
... blue scarf around the neck which looked very patriotic. Lots of street parties and tents. Great tapas in the bars and lots of the lovely black pudding and rice speciality on bread!
There was a huge fireworks show just up the river from the Museum and then an 11.30pm concert outside the museum of flamenco dancers. We left soon after midnight because I had visions of being stranded in the city with no taxis and our hotel was not close ...
... tried to open it for like 15 minutes, pushing and pulling the doors so loudly that people came out onto their balconies to see what was happening. An old man eventually let us in and we were able to crash in our beds. My last morning, we had breakfast at the hotel which was excellent and then had some coffee at a cafeteria nearby. Right as we walked in they started paying stay high and we knew it was fate. We were there for an hour and had a ...
... will see, there are only a couple of photos from the inside of the museum. Learned you can't take photos after I was caught taking one. We had the fortunate opportunity to discover some other exquisite art. The piece was a combination of music, literature, art and poetry. It was called "Cough piece - keep coughing a year". It included a bench (which we sat on) and a recording of the artist coughing. Now, as much as we would like ...
... was quickly approaching 36 hours of being awake, other than a little napping I had done on the plane and in the hotel room. I think everyone was feeling it, and we were about to realize just how different meal times are in Spain – by 7:00 we were all hungry, but dinner wouldn’t start until 9:30. So we went back to the hotel and had a quick orientation meeting, to get some dos and don’ts of the city. It’s a very large city with a higher crime rate, so it ...