Hotel Villa Real
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Elche, which is close to Alicante is a wonderful town. It is famous for its palm gardens which date back hundreds of years. There is a particular garden called “El huerto de cura” – “the priest’s garden” named for the priest who saved the original palm grove from destruction. It is relatively small but is utterly beautiful and has so many winding pathways, and an interesting commentary on the audio guide that it is quite easy to spend a couple ...
... and see the sights. My official first day in Madrid was quite the adventure. The entire orientation was presented in Spanish, so I only understood about a third of what was said, but from what I gathered, it's going to be a great 4 months.. as long as I HABLO CONSTANTAMENTE with my advisors and Visi to alert them if I am ever uncomfortable in any way! I got lost on the way home, as the Metro stop closest to my house is apparently not across ...
... the upheavals of the 20th century meant it was only completed, and consecrated by the Pope in person, in 1993.
Another anomaly in Madrid is the Egyptian Temple. It was a present to Spain from the Egyptian Government for the help given in rescuing and relocating some of the temples at Aswan when the high dam was built that flooded the valley and would have caused the loss of these relics. The inside of the temple is small and offers very little ...
... bags, we drove back down the cobblestone walkway to a nearby underground parking garage without too much difficulty, and, with a feeling of relief, locked up the car and left it for the next few days. When we arrived on foot back at the hotel, Kay and Larry were just getting back from visiting a mus em! We had a great reunion in the hotel lounge, then went out for dinner at a restaurant that was within walking distance. It's very cool here in Madrid ...