Hostal San Marcos
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Travel Blogs from San Martin de la Vega
So after a long struggle we finally got up and started the day. We had an awesome buffet breakfast in the hotel and then we were off the see the Prado. Oh my is that a large museum. We were there for about three hours. After the Prado we had lunch at La Piateria. Boy was it windy and cool in that spot. That evening we had dinner at La Cerveza de Bodega Natural where I got to try my first Tinto de Verano, red wine with lemonade. Well tomorrow is an early day so off to bed we ...
... watching pilgrims pass by. It's a brand new day. Tomorrow will be another milestone as we lay down our rocks at the iron cross... will certainly be emotional and absolutely lighten my load big time. Ate the traditional dinner last night and now have the meat sweats and smell like sauerkraut! Thanks Guy!.. won't soon forget that meal! Buen Camino my friends and family.. enjoy today's ...
... lib we went to yesterday, cost 25€ and you also got a free drink. All the seats were very close to the stage! but Jyothi and I got the best seats right in the middle. Very very close to the action. At one point you couldn't even take photos as the dancers were so close. The show was made up of a guy on the drum? ( need to find out what this was called), acoustic guitar player, electric guitar player and a singer. While there was a female and ...
... however, came earlier in the first fight when two horses entered the arena during the course of the fight. The horses are protected by a heavy armour blanket of sorts, but they are blindfolded. I'm not sure how much if anything they can see through the blindfolds but in any event, during the course of the fight the bulls are directed to attack the horses. The armour does protect the horses from wound like injuries but the force ...
... had incredible carvings on every inch. It was absolutely unbelievable. They (Muslims) were big on water as they knew how important it was as they came from desert. So all throughout they had water - either in fountains or pools or running water. Four purposes of water: 1) cooling, 2) washing before prayer to Mecca in the east; 3) drinking and 4) I can't remember!
We saw the rooms - one was the justice room, one was waiting room before meeting the Sultan, the ...