Hotel Princesa De Eboli
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... clothing and shoe stores, so we walked around looking at everything they had to offer. I got back home around 2, where I had another delicious lunch of pasta with bacon and onion, along with more pork! After lunch, I (finally) got to meet up with my best buddy Ian Dembling, who also has a TravelPod blog that y'all should check out, who is also studying in Madrid this semester. We went on an 11 day trip to Spain 3.5 years ago, so it's ...
... sick of it. Then we visited Atocha train station. It was amazing! The inside of the station is a large rainforest and looks wonderful and the pond had hundreds of turtles from tiny to quite large that are swimming or sitting on their platforms. So cute it was hard to walk away. A walk to Retiro park was next on the agenda and it was splendid. Beautiful trees, grassy areas for picnicking, lake for rowing and the Crystal Palace was very much enjoyed. We took ...
... game between Brazil and Germany.
After dinner we found Ryan some frozen yogurt...which is actual yogurt here...and explored some more of the city. We let ourselves get lost in the narrow streets and stopped to get a few provisions and then headed back to the hotel where we crashed...it is so nice to sleep without the anxiety of an alarm clock or the stress of the day and what needs to happen tomorrow...
... of there not being one today.
Jose was our guide and 7 of us made up his cycling group this morning. It being a Sunday, the roads were fairly quiet - only the usual hordes of dawdling tourists to avoid. The bicycle 'bell' (necessary in Perth) we were told was only to be used in an emergency as Spanish people took offence to it! Instead, we were told to yell out 'Perdoname' (pardon me/excuse me) at anyone in our way! In 3 hours, Jose took us to the Royal Palace, ...
We went to Primark with Belen and Ale from school - after an hour of getting lost we finally made it, only to get lost in the shopping centre. It was the most kid friendly place I've ever been - there was free babysitting, playgrounds on every 'intersection' and tons of junk food/ arcade game stores. I came home with jeans, a scarf, mirror for my handbag, wallet, dressy- singlet top, eyelash curler and some running shorts for mum (still feel like ...