Vita Toledo Golf
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... Thursday night, after my last exam, I leave for a trip to Galicia, the most north-western state of Spain. My Spanish mom tells me it is like a different world there, so I can't wait to see exactly what that means. The only downfall is unlike here in the middle of Spain, it is supposed to rain every day there!
After three posts in two days, I'm signing off for a while with the blog! check back in a little over a week for the story of Galicia!
... minutes. Molly and I enjoy a relaxing cocktail and marvel a bit at how nice the evening is, still so light and warm, approaching 10pm and we haven’t even started dinner yet.
When we get in, the girls take their showers and get PJs on. Dinner is simple but wonderful. Molly picked up a nice cut of beef in the market which we finished into 3 good sized steaks and marinated for the afternoon. We do some simple roast vegetables, have bread and wine. Everyone gets ...
... Puerto Lápice for a break at a little inn called "Venta del Quijote." Its claim to fame is that it was there (the inn) in which Don Quixote was "knighted" by the landlord. They have several little shops, which we browsed, and got our picture taken with a statue/monument of the famed literary character. That was a pleasant little lagniappe! After that brief 45-minute stop, we were back on the road to Toledo.