Petit Palace Madrid Aeropuerto Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Business Services
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We started the day with a city tour that ended at the Prado Museum.We saw many significant buildings including the Mayors offices, the Post Office and the King''s Palace. We saw fountains, statues, and the shopping district for the wealthy. At the Prado Museum we saw many beautiful art pieces from various times in history. We saw two of the top three masterpieces in the world, Goya's La Famillea de ...
... n in Valladolid, Mother Mariana de San José,
accompanied by Francisca de San Ambrosio (sister of the marquesa de Pozas),
Catalina de la Encarnación, and Isabel de la Cruz. First lodged in the Convent of Santa
Isabel while they
awaited the completion, they received donations from the king and queen,
including jewels, to finance ...
... passing the Puerta de Alcalá and the biggest flag in all of Spain. My host mom was at work though, so it was just a quick stop to see where I was living before I had to go practice with my group for our theater presentation that week. Wednesday I had class all day and it worked out so my parents could take a day trip to Toledo, which I already went to (see blog for Toledo here http://www.travelpod.com/travel-blog-en tries/imdbling/1/1411830079/tpod.html)< ...
... and al-Andalus” (no jamón!); and several hours of wandering the streets of the Judería and imagining what it must have been like when it really was the Jewish quarter and not mostly a home for souvenir shops.
And so two days passed by, and it was time to hit my final stop: Madrid. And in Madrid I did what I didn’t do almost anywhere else on this trip: I spent almost the entire 3 days inside museums. Specifically: art museums. The Reina ...
... t spent too long, and likely won't spend much more time there, but the surrounding area is loaded with tapas restaurants, so we may be back. Extremely tired, the latest we could hold out for dinner was 7pm. Not bad, actually. We went to a bar/restaurant close to our apartment and had our first Madrid tapas experience. Tapas - small plates of food - are standard cuisine in Madrid. Instead of either of us ordering a meal, we ordered a series of tapas (similar to appetizers) ...