- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
- Babysitting service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... info centre, which I didn't use because the main sites in the town run along a ridge of hill and are well signposted once you begin to follow the other tourists.
The place is built on the side of hills and so a lot of walking up and down steps or gentle slopes was involved, but man was it worth the effort, because the views were stunning. My first challenge involved climbing up a whole lot of steps by the side of the aqueduct, and it was good to see that many of ...
... at least an hour more of drive time then we had initially thought it would be. Luckily for us, the drive was beautiful. It was a great way to see the Spanish country side. We drove through mountains, valleys, over rivers and through little farm areas. Not to mention a large city, Madrid. In a weird way, everything reminded us a little of driving through Mexico. And not just all of the road signs being in ...
I arrived around 5:30 to Madrid and headed towards the Las Ventas area after an hour to watch the bullfight, not so pleasant to watch though!
... mini-mountain. Finally, we headed to la casa to cook dinner. Tia Bea was gracious enough to let me help, and we concocted a spaghetti sauce with bacon, mushrooms, and onions. It must not have been too bad though, since it is all gone. :) Tomorrow we go to Madrid, what Nana calls "Spain's NY city." We are going to a special museum with lots of famous pictures and paintings--should be educational! ...
... bonfire in the plaza. This is the Hoguera de San Juan and there is a brass band, a “Charanga”, entertaining the crowd. Later an amazing group called Alamedadosoulna takes the stage. Pure dynamite, with ten participants playing all manner of instruments performing a varied repertoire based on Caribbean Ska and Reggae. The whole performance is pure ...