Petit Palace Mayor
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... looked like a different person… which may or may
not have been a good thing. On the way back to school for our 3:00 movie time
we stopped at a Corte Inglais to buy some candies for the movie. We filled
little bags with 5 cent candies and enjoyed trying all the different flavours.
The movie we watched was called Volver and starred Penelope Cruz. I liked it a
lot better then the one we watched last week, although I was thankful for last
weeks history. The movie won ...
... We picked an Argentinian place in the end and had wine, empanadas, steak and fries- so far, food is all good!
We then went back to the hostel and met up with Jess who had been travelling through South America for six weeks prior to starting her secondment in Amsterdam. Shortly after Jess arrived the others turned up- Katie, Kristy and Bex that is.
We then went out for more food at a local tapas place- tapas are so ...
... fountain like he's in a race, cracksssp, a euro well spent.
2 euro sangrias, countless tapas of seafood, meats, olives and of course paella, the buzz in the air is edible Madrid's heart beats on all night.
Toledo, a mounted village of stone and terracotta 100 Kms south east from madrid. The moorish (Medieval Muslims) medieval vibe rocks ( excuse the pun) The 35'c heat beating down on our heads we wander the streets lost in time.
... Antonio agreed that it was a sad occasion, and also told us that things like this happen in Spain relatively often. There is a terrorist group in the north of Spain called the ETA, or the Euskadi Ta Askatasuna. Euskadi is another name for Basque and is also the name of the language spoken in this section of Spain. In Euskadi, their name means “Basque Homeland and Freedom”. Antonio told us that they have been reeking havoc on the country for years; they were not ...
... was relocated to Madrid in I think the 70s. Its one of the biggest tourist attractions in the city. It was absolutely gorgeous. We took many pictures, explored, and sat in the grass to take in the sunshine. It was truly one of the best days I've had. Our group was all so happy, so united, and just so thankful to be together. We all parted ways for dinner, but met up later that night for a fun night out at la Discoteca Cats near campus.
Sunday, we all met ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPetit Palace Mayor Madrid
Great stay, perfect location. Room was clean and spacious. The employees at the reception are very nice and helpful if you need tips on where to go. Definitely staying here again on my next trip.
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