Silken Torre Garden
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Today was a lazy day. We slept until 9:00 then ventured out to find breakfast. We opted not to get the Hilton buffet today, as it was too much food yesterday and pricey at $25 per person. The Hilton Hotel is right on the expressway, about 2 miles from the Madrid airport in an area with office buildings, warehouses, airport parking related businesses and some residential apartments. We figured with apartments and businesses nearby, bars and restaurants must also frequent the area. ...
Off to Toledo at 8.00 am. Athena has decided not to come. Needs some time to self to catch her breath. Plus we have a walking tour of Madrid and a visit to the Prado Museum at 2.00pm. This trip is pretty full on. Up at 6.00am and go, go, go until 10.30 - 11.30pm. We go to bed full, drunk and exhausted. I am walking everywhere in my white haviannas. I am happy. Bull fights in Madrid this week. On 15 May. People travel from everywhere, ie ...
... pondering about what we’d witnessed.
Off the bus into the Puerto del Sol and the noise. Then into the Plaza Mayor for our dinner. Cava to drink tonight. Spanish Cava. For those who don’t know, it is sparkling wine champagne style. And it is very good, so we have a few. With a nice traditional meal in the Plaza Mayor and we begin to feel the coolness of autumn starting to come into the city. This will be our last night in Madrid and ...
... is a lot cooler than usual in this area for this time of year.
About 10am we had our first stop at a roadhouse and I had a lovely hot chocolate from one of the drink machines there. My best yet. After 30 minutes we were back on the road towards a city called Zaragoza.
While travelling along the highway we were seeing nothing but desert and the land was very dry. There was very little greenery on the nearby hills, which were unique in that they ...
... It had 4 syllables and was quite foreign. He'd been learning salsa for around 2 years and could speak English quite well so helped to translate bits of the lesson so that I could keep up with what the instructor was saying. I was initially surprised to see so many guys there for the lesson. There was probably around 80 people there with an even split of males to females. But then it occurred to me that we were in Spain where dance is part of their culture. It's cool for guys to dance and ...