Hotel Puerta de Toledo
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... and let me in.
The building was quite nice and the fact that there was a doorman made me feel like I would be very safe staying here.
Beatriz welcomed me with un abrazo (a hug) and said that the Italian girl had just left so they were still cleaning up the apartment. Her younger son, Dario (age 8), was on the couch because he wasn't feeling well and Beatriz introduced me to Phillipe, a sweet, curly haired hombre (man), whom I ...
... it felt. The suitcase was too heavy, the duffle bag was full to the brim. My two carry-ons were progressively getting heavier and more stuffed.
By about 5pm, the overwhelming emotions were taking their toll and some tears were flowing but mostly I was starting to shut down. I hadn’t slept well the night before and I was starting to feel the fatigue. I zipped everything up and walked away. If needed, I would pay extra. That was the point I was to. My best ...
... a beach but a rocky coast
with light houses and a walkway right beside the water- it was so surreal.
However we realized that there was literally nothing around the area that he
dropped us off at, so we started walking. We could see a cruise ship in the
distance so we assumed that there was a main area at the end of the coast line…
but there wasn’t. So we walked pretty far with all of our stuff after giving
up. We stayed pretty optimistic ...
... you have to know the maker and the history.
Probably the most impressive part of the palace to me was the Royal Chapel. It had more gold than almost any other church/chapel I've seen, which is saying something. It was a Baroque-style chapel almost entirely either black or gold. I walked in and just said "wow."
Few other random notes on the palace: they had a small collection of Stradivarius violins, violas, and violincello, ...
... for lunch at an outdoor cafe in the sun and managed to finish by 3pm! I had a quick look in a ferrari store where the top leather goods were selling for over one thousand euro. The prancing horse and mr alonso has some serious credibility in his home country. Then it was a walk in the city's biggest park where the main feature was the crystal palace, a ginormous bandstand like building made totally of ...