Petit Palace Alcala Torre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... trash pile-up
Fine line between luxury and stuffiness
People in Madrid and Rome, Tuscany, warm and friendly
Loewe, the beautiful leather company in Spain, pronounced low-e-bay. Who knew?
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Gelato in stainless containers better than fluffy gelato mounded on display
In Umbria, the hill towns have either funiculars or escalators to get up and ...
... by all the cathedrals. After about 20 minutes of the tour guide telling stories about the massive doors of the cathedral, I decided I had enough. Europe was starting to bore me.
Every city had a main cathedral, smaller churches, a bell tower, and a main square where people used to get executed. All the kings had an embarrassing medical issue, the queens all had weird habits, and there was always a spot where the Virgin Mary spoke to a soldier and ...
... meaning we wouldn't be able to get to Toledo until around 4pm at the earliest. Oh well.....we then decided to do the city open-top bus tour instead. This is actually a great way to get to know a city, and in Madrid there are two routes, and your ticket is interchangeable.
We decided to set off on Route 2, which takes you north as far as the Bernebeu Stadium, and then back to the centre through some leafy, well-to-do suburbs. We got off at a stop close to the Museo ...
... need them most.
After lunch I made my way to Plaza de Santa Ana, it was really pretty but a lot smaller than I had expected. I stopped at a cafe for a muffin and my gosh, Spaniards know how to cook anything with chocolate ! It was beyond amazing and there was melted chocolate in the middle - mums heaven. I decided to go to Plaza Mayor again because it was so beautiful, and then went back to the Palace to see it at a different time of day, and surprisingly it was ...
... didn’t really have a heap planned for the day, only a trip out to the Bernabau, the home of Real Marid (football team). The tour was really pretty good, it was a self guided walk around the entire stadium on a set route. We were able to see the VIP seats, change rooms, pitch, grandstand, pitch side seats and the museum. Was awesome to see behind the scenes of one of the biggest clubs in the world! Finishing the tour we headed back to the hostel and rested up ...