Hotel Puerta de Toledo
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
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... and we've chosen Mechela Restaurant (8 of 1,806 on Trip Advisor), and the hotel rang for us and booked a table. It is a long way from the hotel and we use the Ipad to navigate to it. Our tapas selection was manchega cheese reserva (a local favourite, made with mixture of cow and goat milk) for 7 euros, salmon tartare with cucumber, apple and tzatzki 4.20 euros, Iberian rice with mushrooms and pork ribs, fresh salad 7 euros, and grilled octopus with vichyssoise 4 euros. ...
... in sunny Madrid and enjoyed a taxi ride to the city centre and our lovely Hotel. Then after unpacking we went for a stroll around the area stopping for a coffee and tea and watching the locals rushing around. Must say what a happy lot these spain ush folk are always so helpful although at times has trouble with ...
... dining room was set for 130 people. Nice table. Unlike the royal family in England the current Spanish royal family does not live there, they reside about 25 miles outside of Madrid in a modern abode. They do use the palace for special events. The current king is 45 year old King Felipe, son of Juan Carlos who is still alive but chose to go ahead and retire. Felipe de Texas approves. Tonight dinner at ...
... t standing out as a tourist, etc. This was followed by dinner at a cafe that specialized in Iberico, a delicious cured ham. Our group enjoyed various local meats and cheeses and then saw "Kilometre Zero"
Kilometre Zero is simply a plaque at the Old Royal house of the Post Office that indicates the very middle of the entire country. A nearby tour guide said if you step in the center it means you will find your way back to Spain one day. After stepping into ...
... br> de Las Ventas bullring to experience a bull fight. I honestly didn’t know much
about bull fighting before going to see it first hand but some guys in our
class went to see it and I felt like I couldn’t leave spain without seeing a
bull fight. We got there really early and scored tickets for 10 euro, after I gladly
took the reigns and bartered with the kiosk lady. I find that in our group
although my Spanish isn’t the strongest, I am the most ...