El Corzo Hotel de Montana
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... del Emperador Carlos V, the Atocha Station memorial (a memorial to the 139 victims of the 4 April 2004 terrorist train bombings in Madrid), the Ministarial del Agriculturia building and Casa Arab also known as Escuelas Aguirre. We are now on our way up to Las Ventas which claims to be the world's most famous bull fighting ring. Pudd was keen to see it and we have bought tickets to a bull fight tonight. It should be a real experience. I'm ...
... beer overlooking The Mayors Palace, very relaxing, the umbrellas spray out a mist to help cool you off. We caught the bus back our home where we had a rest until it was time to meet our tour director & our group followed by dinner. We should have a great time as there are quite a few Aussies on board. Madrid is the biggest city in Europe with 17 states. It had a civil war from 1931-1936. Phillip the 6th is the king of Spain,meh is also the ambassador. The ...
Today we bussed to Segovia, about an hour north for the day. It is a small town built on an outcrop with a river on either side of it. The most special thing about this town is that it has the most complete and longest Roman aqueduct I have ever seen. It was truly amazing that something over 2000 years old is still standing. When we got there it was raining but it stopped just after we started on the tour with the local guide, ...
The pinnacle of our visit to Spain had arrived, Cris and Kerrins amazing wedding, appropriately held in the mountains of Cercedilla.
The weather was perfect, the bride and groom looked stunning, and the jamon was flowing. It was like we were in a movie. Every detail had been thought of from badges with bulls and koalas to umbrellas and abanico (fans) for the heat. You can guess who was the last ...
... background, we talked for hours about politics and about the native tribes in the Americas, he was studying Psychology and Anthropology somewhere in Washington. Unfortunately I wasn't able to keep in contact with neither of them, as I went to sleep early and forgot.
I must say, Madrid was one of the cities I liked the most, even better than Barcelona, but again, los Madrileņos have a very different culture and even way of living from the Catalans, but ...