Petit Palace Alcala Torre
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After our tour of The Rock we made our way to the coastal town of Marbella where we would have a couple days to just relax and enjoy Southern Spain. Marbella was a beautiful place with a very charming Old Town right in the center of everything. Full of winding cobble stone streets and of course tons of little shops, one of the main highlights of the old town was the Orange Square which was filled with beautiful orange trees and also orange ...
I probably enjoyed madrid a bit better than Barcelona, it was a bit easier to escape the crowds, the food was even better and it was more quintessentially Spanish. I was there for a bit more time than I was originally planned after deciding to skip Zaragoza, due to cost and complexity, but this allowed me to also make a day trip out if the city, which I did on Friday to Segovia. My hostel was amazing, best since portugal, and ...
... 1961) who persuaded him to site the collection in Madrid when the government offered him a building to site it in in 1992. Finally thank you Baroness for choosing that particular shade of salmon pink ( I like it ) to paint the walls on all three floors of your user friendly collection of over a thousand paintings.
It is an eclectic collection of highlights in art from the 13th to the late 20th century, and I believe whoever ...
... slot - even earrings didn't work. Triana's phone was flat also so we ended up going to the cemetery anyway; over half an hour later. They went and visited their grandfather and I got really awkward because I didn't know what to do, I wanted to give them private alone time but didn't want to look rude. Later, Diana met her friend.
Next stop was Toyota. They were meant to be picking up their cars today but there were money problems ...
... world. Three large displays show Franger’s videos of urban and natural environments that pass by as you sip your wine and eat Tapas in this intimate space. You actually feel like you are in a train watching the world go by. Scenery from the great train rides in Switzerland to riding the elevated trains in USA. I just wish I had Trish with me for a drink.