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traveling to madrid

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My husband and I need to travel to Madrid for a business trip. We decided to go early. We get in on the morning of the 21st of April and need to start a conference in Madrid on the 27th where we will stay until the 30th. We love wine, walking, food and music. We prefer not to stay in cities. We love the country side. We are going to rent a car. We did this in Italy a few years ago and our favorite place was Sinalunga in Tuscany and staying at the Amarosa. I have looked at Maribels guide and see Segovia and Avila is nice but how would we make a loop and end back in Madird? Would we be better off in LaRoija?

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