Eurostars Zarzuela Park
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... I got sidetracked on my walk and took in the surrounds and gardens of the Royal Palace. There were plenty of people about enjoying the mild weather. Then I stopped to look at the Basilica de San Miguel but ended up taking a dozen shots of what appeared to be a celebrity wedding. Everyone loves a bride!
Just as I was thinking that the sky looked a bit dark, it started to drizzle. So I took refuge in a small bar I had spotted and had ...
... y también tiene una buen vista del ciudad de Madrid. He dicho este mucho, pero quiero que los parques en los Estados Unidos son como los parques de Madrid. El parque era más limpio que los parques en los Estados Unidos y también las personas pueden caminar con sus perros sin el uso de las traíllas. Querría ir a los parques todos los días en los Estados Unidos si los parques son como los parques de ...
... I think I always like to say that I don't want to be like a tourist, but I'm totally the epitome of a tourist sometimes. Someone send me a fanny pack, not kidding!
We eventually found paella and I can't even tell you how satisfying it was. It was hot and so big and filled with sooo much seafood! This was my happy place. I like Spain because I can speak SO much more Spanish than I can Italian. And so when we went to ...
... looking for the flamenco location, we bumped into this awesome place called Mercado de San Miguel. Wide variety of food and drinks! We stopped for a quick bite and headed to the flamenco show at Las Carboneras restaurant. Awesome awesome show! Live flamenco dancers ...Spanish guitar playing and singing....worth every penny (23 Euro per person with one drink!). Top notch live performance and had the chance to take few pictures with the performers....2 thumbs ...
... the small, but beautifully presented rooms. As had become our habit, we then took a late breakfast, this time at a pavement cafe at the Puerta Alcala - Madrid's equivalent to the Arc de Triomph (but on a much smaller scale….to be honest, virtually everything in Madrid is on a much smaller scale - compared to Paris, London or Rome - which makes it so easy to get around).
Afterwards, we strolled back up the Paseo de Prado to a ...