Hostal La Fontana
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... the Muslim section and the Catholic section, all showing the change that Toledo went through over the course of history.
We caught the train back to Madrid and then had a relaxing afternoon/evening as we were a bit exhausted after all the walking.
Now the best bit of staying at the hostel in Madrid is that, although they didn't supply breakfast, they did provide churros during breakfast time, which I feel was a suitable substitute for breakfast! ...
... were at one time over 1,000 columns made of Jasper, Onyx, Marble and Granite (there are over 850 still intact today).
Moving through the Cathedral it was so interesting to see where the Catholic influence had taken over but still left all of the important Islamic features intact. To see both religions represented in the same space is such a stark contrast to what we as a society are used to seeing in the news, it really added to the incredible experience ...
... a room for you. There was a bit of further discussion before the manager offered them breakfast in their restaurant 'on the house' whilst they sorted it out.
So Battery Boy had another full breakfast ( 3 breakfasts in two hours!!) yes, the Second course holiday had begun. A message was sent upstairs to Mr and Mrs Atkins - their very good friends who had been staying at this very hotel on Battery Boy's recommendation. They came downstairs - ...
Big day of culture at the Prado Museum which has got to be one of worlds greatest art galleries.
After 5.5 hrs of eye boggling masterpieces our brains were fried, our feet were sore and we even got a cab home.
Some of you will realise what that means, as Mark has a pathological aversion to non public or pedal means of transport. Responding to a real risk of divorce and ...
... from the little problem with everything being in Spanish. Although the yogurt and juice labels may look the same, beyond the basic ingredients we were at a loss. We made the best of it though, got what we thought we needed and headed back to the apartment. Also, similar to Canada they charge you 50 cents per plastic bag at checkout.
When we met back up with Dan we set out to see some of the sights but wanted to save the major highlights for when Sheridan arrived. There's ...