Vita Toledo Golf
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... was required and we grab a taxi to the station. We arrive back at Atocha at 4 pm, it is 2.9 km back to the hotel so we decided it is best to walk to see some more of beautiful Madrid. Of course, coffee and cake undo any benefit of the walk. We arrive back at our hotel to rest up for dinner. Spanish restaurants do not serve food until after 8, only drinks until then.. Caught up with John n Joy and Brian n Gail (fellow Bunnik tourees) for pleasant paella n tapas ...
... In true fashion we decided not to eat in a touristy place and left Avila with the plan to stop in a small town for lunch. This is where the fun started, after parking in a little back street we walked to the main road to find a restaurant. Coming around the corner we saw about 30 large pans on cookers, my first idea was, wow we found paella. On closer inspection it looked like a cook off of sorts. We realized it was not pealla but really large ...
... small, but did contain a few slightly interesting torture instruments which Conor thoroughly enjoyed reading about. We sat down in front of a quick video, which was rather disappointing however as the video was about a battle that the museum's equipment was based upon, but as all the main descriptions were in Spanish, it was hard to get enough background knowledge and follow the story, despite the English subtitles.
Our second visit for the day would be at ...
... they occur) I love the earrings!!! :) It was interesting to see the close roads and narrow streets for me, and apparently my hair is interesting for them. People keep staring or whispering "una rubia" which basically means my hair is naturally blond, haha. :) Maybe I should dye it black? ;) Another interesting difference is their eating schedule. They do not really eat breakfast, ...
... almost destroyed during Spain's Civil War and has been rebuilt. In 1936, Franco's nationalists were besieged by Loyalist troops in the museum for 2 months. Unfortunately for us, the museum tells the military history of Spain starting in 1492 and finishing with the war in Afghanistan - minus 1936-39, their Civil War. I'm not sure they've decided exactly how to present it themselves and it was very ...