Hotel Puerta de Toledo
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... el Grande. Ranks right at the top of churches we saw on this trip for sure. Even could explore the back area of it as well. Followed it up by going to the Royal Palace. This one had an armory to view in addition so I liked this palace better just because of that. Had some conquistador armor in it along with jousting stuff. Worked our way back to where we were staying going through Peurta de Sol area. Very big open plaza area that is ...
... which made things a lot easier to follow. They have done an excellent job of presenting the history of Spain and the impact of the broad range of conflicts across history.
We then had a simple lunch in a little café before spending nearly two hours in the Cathedral - one of the best in Europe. Before catching the return train we wandered through the narrow cobbled streets and did some shopping. Jaci and I also had a quick look at the ...
... they didn't check our bags AT ALL and we could bring outside food into the park. I'm feeling extremely good vibes now for when I visit Disneyland Paris in about a month! In conclusion, you don't need to travel outside of Madrid to feel a sense of adventure and discovery. I think that's why I love it here so much, because I can see so much of Madrid and still have room to discover more of this beautiful capital :) Stay tuned next week when I post about my visit to another ...
... point I think, even though we’ve been here for just over a day. Soon enough, we were in the streets again, winding our way, with the locals, towards the Latina area. Everyone seems to be heading in the same direction and the street performers are appearing along the streets where they have not been previously. Something is happening…
The Latina market in Madrid is big. Not the largest by all accounts, but my word it is huge, and it has all ...
... Spain! After lunch, we had our first and only big shopping day, where we bought some clothes for the flamenco show!
Cafe de Chinitas was the coolest thing I have probably ever seen. We ate some of the best tapas of the entire trip and watched an authentic flamenco spectacle! It was amazing to see that aspect of Spain, as that part of the culture is not present in northern Spain, where Santander is. ...