Hostal La Fontana
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Smoking rooms available
- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
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... had ice cream with cotton candy on top (needless to say, I was in love). We had planned on going to a club that night but were so tired, we decided to turn in early and meet in the morning for brunch.
Brunch turned into us wandering around the city, discovering the royal palace, planning our trip to Paris this weekend, and walking around Retiro Park. We had a great time catching up and, even though we hadn't seen each other in about 4 years, not a thing had changed.
Today's tour was a little breezy on top of a double decker bus. The bus took us on a tour of historic and modern Madrid. A few of us got off to do a little shopping and the soccer lovers headed to see the Real Madrid stadium. "The stadium was massive and it was really cool to see all the trophies and to learn the history of the Real Madrid soccer team. We even got to see the recently redesigned World Cup! OMG and ...
... and customs without filling forms and getting your shoes cleaned! After catching the train to the bus station, we have a couple of hours before our coach to Granada. Coach stops halfway at a service station,then we get to experience the cold air for the first time. Arrived at Granada 9pm where we were met by Ron very pleased to see him as by now pretty exhausted. Home at 10 to be greeted by Rossi, Tai and Chi and ...
... in great shape and it adds a special ambiance to the city that we all noticed as we were walking through. After we had our fill of strolling about we decided to heed the recommendation of our tour guide and headed for an old theater near our hotel that had been turned into a new style food-court and restaurant area. What a neat place! The main level of the theater was more or less a food-court with various vendors lining the outer wall selling Iberian ham, ...
Today was the day I probably spent the most time on transport of any kind. We woke up at a reasonableish time and in combination with an Australian friend (Sara from Doncaster/Eltham way) decided we'd go to Toledo for a day trip. Toledo is a massive castle town, with parts dating from even Roman times, that was the old capital of Spain and one of the few places globally were Christians, Jews and Muslims coexisted in relative harmony, even if said harmony was brief. It ...