Well, i think Madrid is one of...
Well, i think Madrid is one of the most beautifull cities of Europe, it is traditional, modern, funny, all in one place, you can go walking all trough Moncloas Park trough calle Princesa and then arrive to Gran Via, of course the most simbolic street in Madrid, you can find everithing there, you can go to Plaza Mayor, Plaza del Sol, and then go trough Cibeles, Paseo del Prado, and all that stuff, during night you can go to Paseo de La CAstellana where you can go DE MARCHA that means that you go walking from discotec to discotec during all nigth having drinks and fund during there. I love people and fun, specially thos tapas españolas
A weather report
During the mid-winter months daytime temperatures in Madrid may drop to 7 degrees Centigrade (45 degrees F).
Durring the months of July and August temperatures are HOT! Madrid enjoys a large number of sunny days. But be aware 40 degrees Centigrade is no uncommon.
As in many stations gear is available to rent if you don't have your own. Lines are long and in high season they can run out of certain items, so allow plenty time or be prepare to go down the slope in jeans.
Credit cards are not accepted: not to buy the forfait or the equipment. There is a place to store bags or personal belongings.
Toledo is a mediaval town within old townwalls, situated upon a hill at the river Taag. The romans have founded the town. the town has been the capital of the Visgoths. Highlights of Toledo: 1. the cathedral. (its one of the biggest in christianity. its most impressive feature is a 16 th century monstrans 3 meters high. it gets on the street once a year. The transparente is an old barroque altar in marble. the retable, in polychrome is one of the most beautifull in spain, depicting life of Jesus) and the choir, the benches are decorated depicting scnes from the fall of Grenada) 2. Alcazar (this was the palace of Carlos 5 th. it houses now a military museum). 3. Museo de Santa Cruz (the collection contains work from the middle ages and renaissance and work by El Greco, amongst the famous Assumption.) 4. Iglesia de Santo Tomé (here you find El Greco's funreal of count Orgaz. its a masterpiece) 5. Ermita del Cristo de la Luz (a small mosque dating from 1000). For the ultimate experience of viewing toledo you can hire a taxi and go to the mirador a place that overlooks the town.
they will eventually play what you like
I randomly walked in this club, after some arm-twisting by two other travelers I met. I would say it is more of a dress to impress club, rather elegant, with two other balcony style floors overlooking the main floor and stage. They genre’s changed every hour or so, I heard R&B/top 40, to house, to some local music.
I was pleasantly surprised when we were kicked off of the stage while dancing, for 2 flamenco shows. (around 1:45 and 3:30am)
Very stiff and expensive drinks, about $10, and there was a $10 to $20 cover. I left at about 4:30 and the place was still packed. dress to impress.