Villa Nazules Hipica Spa
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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I was in Madrid for a day with my parents after the tour was all over with. The whole cast and crew had gone home, so it was quite eery to me to be in the hotel with my parents but none of the people I had spent the past 6 months with. Never the less, my parents and I decided we were going to make a side trip, we had not decided where we were going to go exactly, but we knew we wanted to see some other part of Spain that none of us had been to ...
... I had no idea that its history could be explained with out the least bit of bloodshed and with the Hapsburg's as the hero's. Ugh. Nationalistic, one sided, not impressed. But... the light show itself was pretty cool.
We still had an hour long drive back to Madrid. Considering it was one of the craziest days ever, the bus was pretty quiet.
When we got back to Madrid at midnight, I was surprised by how many people ...
... through it is like walking through maze. No layouts are provided and you know you have gone in the wrong direction when the audio guide numbers skip for 22 to 40. Not only is this about the military but it also gives a real insight into Spain’s history as the Spanish appeared to be at war most of the time. To see this museum properly would take at least 2 days. A layout map would have been really helpful as there were areas ...
... which is supposed to be the highest viewpoint of the city. I donīt get much excited about tall views so I stay down and just Tes climbs up. While Iīm waiting I see a barsito so to pass the time I get one canita.
As it's late and we have to leave around 07.30 to be at 09.00 at Blanca's birthday we headed to our last stop: the bullring. When we get there we can see that a "corrida de toros" itīs about to start, it was 6.15 pm. And this one started at ...
... life. It is the second largest in Spain. Taking pictures was forbidden but I encourage you to google it and check out some images. It was breath taking. There was stained glass, statues, and works of art everywhere. It is also the place where the Virgin Mary appeared to someone ( I can’t remember who) and I got to touch the rock that legend says she stood on. The church featured many separate little chapels off the sides of the main church. Many of these chapels were burial ...