Tryp Madrid Cibeles
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... breaks, fortunately I had kept a water bottle from my bag so she was at least able to get a drink. Finishing our tour shortly after she need some food and we decided to see if we could get her something, a snack at least, from the Cafe. With low expectations. We ventured up in the lift to the Cafe in the attic of the entry building. Surprising venue, excellent choice including a fresh salad bar, with undressed salad, we both loaded up with food and ...
... to get off the 777 you walk past the seat and it looks oh so good! Breakfast at the hotel was delicious, lots of pastries- I guess I won't be losing too much weight this trip :-) On TV was the first day of the running of the bulls. No bulls were involved, they start tomorrow. Today was the official start. There were thousands of people, all dressed in White and red, all crammed into the tiny plaza and streets. They were ...
I hadn't really thought much about Madrid before arriving. I thought of it as just my entry point to the beautiful Spanish country. In my head I had longed to see the Spanish dancing, the stunning countryside and just hear the language again.
I landed in Madrid and gave a quick acknowledgement to the heat, hard not too. It was super muggy and took me about 3 seconds to shed all ...
... palace is still very much in use, even as it is beautiful and old in style. There are large rugs covering the floor in most of the rooms, and they roll them up for the parts that the tourists can walk through. There are serious drapes in front of all the little passageways between rooms. There's about a 4 foot "hallway" in between each of the rooms, with doors on either side and then drapes on the room-side of each set of doors. It makes ...
The journey has ended. Arrived in Burgos in Spain in the province of Leon after walking for 313 kilometres starting 13 walking days ago in St Jean Pied de Port in France over all kinds of terrain. It was wonderful. It was exhilirating. Sure it was challenging at times. It was definitely not always easy. At times it was neverending. So many impressions, so many sights, so many thoughts. In many ways similar to my Camino ...