Petit Palace Alcala Torre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... with this city I have no regrets.
And besides, my host parents are pretty amazing. I have yet to try anything my host mom has cooked that hasn't been delicious (although I am coming off of a summer of ramen and granola). And she just seems to care about me so much that our relationship is very similar to my relationship with my real mom. I have to tell her exactly where I'm going and for exactly how long, and ...
Ohio,Texas, and West Virginia are all for lovers. That is if you believe the tourist shirts they sell. Having been to these locations I can attest that while they do have something to offer (Ohio your on the bubble) being for lovers isn't something that is exactly radiating from there. Spain on the other hand is for lovers. Although I've never seen anything that officially states this, having previously visited Barcelona and now Madrid ...
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... more adept at sleeping on the plane and was able to log a few solid periods of shut-eye.
All in all, it was a pretty gruelling second leg and it was with great relief that we finally made it onto the ground in Madrid at the local time of 8am.
Despite the general feeling of travel-weariness, we both felt pretty pumped arriving in a new and foreign city. The first step (after collecting baggage of course and then strangely not having to work through any level ...
... to go shopping for some beautiful Talavera dishes. All in all it was a great day. Oh yes, one funny little side note about our
day, all kitchens were closed by the time we decided to stop to eat. EVERYONE knows about the Spanish siesta time,
but John and I (and Madrid) have all gotten too accustomed to eating any hour
of the day. Though this happened before
in Segovia, it was at the very beginning of our trip and therefore forgivable.