Petit Palace Alcala Torre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Petit Palace Alcala Torre Madrid
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... couldn’t. Instead of going to Barcelona or Valencia we went to el Rastro, sol and the park of Retiro. The Rastro was nothing I’ve ever seen before, I went the last Sunday but I didn’t stay too long because it was really hot. But today was fantastic I bought a lot for my friends, family and of course myself. The rastro had all that you could need and want. I bought all the souvenirs and they ...
... choir, usually held the tombs of the bishops. In this church I would have loved to have some pencil rubbings, as the patterns on the tombs were quite ornate, but getting worn due to everyone walking on them. All the little altars that are around the church belonged to the very wealthy families, and most ended up housing tombs. Because they were owned by a family they were locked with the big gates. Because the families then had free access to ...
... the food, and there were cameras all over the place and we weren't entirely sure when they had the cameras pointed at us or not. Before eating, they asked me and Charlie to move over so that the host could sit to my right-- and he sat there the whole time! The cameras were pointed at him obviously for most of the time but I'm pretty sure I got in a few shots. He'd ask us some questions about the food and what we expected and we'd answer. I was ...
... to Parque dwl Retoro. Hige expanse of park 140hectares. Many local people here just chilling out either for a stroll or jogging. And having z small lunch picnic. Find both suit clad office people and also people in their jogging suits. Walked to crystal palace. Very nice glass and steel architerutre building. Sivaji the boss picture. Walked again to find the statue of the fallen angle . One of the kind of statue of the devil in the world. Very helpful locals ...
... as, alegrías, soleás and seguirillas. Described in one review as "showy" I thought the stage setting was simple and unobtrusive. The musicians and singer, were behind a veiled curtain. I would have liked to have seen them - at least at the end of the show for a curtain call.
After the flamenco show our plan to eat in the Mercado San Miguel was thwarted by the crowds. Once inside the market all we could do ...