Hotel Telecabina Montana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today we have hired a scooter. After breakfast we go down to the front of RikiTikiTava to see our R1RCV21 scooter, well it's not quite like that, bit of an old Suzuki. Never mind it goes and has front disc brakes. This is the first time on a scooter for Sylvia, so understandably she is a bit nervous. Our crash helmets look like the hire company found them in their loft. We set of for Bokor Mountain. This is a hill station that goes way back. It is now ...
... in Europe. Mostly art from
the 1500’s to 1700’s. Took a quick spin
through the museum mostly to see the Goya paintings as he is one of the famous
Spanish painters of the 1700’s.
Said goodbye to our amazing friendly hosts and
some of the other travellers we had met & exchanged stories with. What great
value this accommodation was in the historic section of Madrid for about $90 a
night including ...
... went to explore the town. Hippie village! Big time. The streets we filled with incense and smoke, the stores had handmade clothes in various patterns, things made out of shiny flat silver coloured metal, bells, wooden boxes of all sizes for storing herbs, there were paintings but they were very different from the touristy ones at the other towns. Bulls again were a central theme tho. We were starving so we got some eggs from a store with pigs legs hanging from the roof....so ...
... coat. Izzy truly knows how to buy great items at a thrift stores! It was fun watching her shop. Especially her lace dress purchase was awesome.
At night we started off at a little old bar called Antigualles where we got some drinks, sandwiches, and fries. We then moved off to a more modern looking bar where we met up with a bunch of the language program kids. Sufficiently drunk we then headed to a club called Camborio that overlooks the Alhambra. ...
... as delightful. We got to the Capilla Real (Royal Chapel) by re-opening time of 4:00, and went in (it cost 4€/person). I (we) were thrilled - we got to see the sarcophagi and coffins (in the crypt below) of Ferdinand and Isabella! I actually got an illegal picture of the coffins (see picture)!! The rest of the chapel altars and art were impressive, as well, and the museum was nice; lots of royal vestments of Ferdinand and ...