Casa Nina Maria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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It was 95 F so headed back to our hotel after enjoying a gelato. After a hotel rest we took a street walk and found a charming street Café Varale. We are starting to eat like locals already. (Guide books would lead you to believe no one dines until 10 PM. Simply not true in Madrid, but there are certainly lots a people eating at that time. Don't the kids ever go to bed?)
It was a great first day in Madrid.
Quite I'll this morning so I had to opt out of the sightseeing in Barcelona, Michele was able take photos so I shall add some of hers later. I did surface at about midday when the sightseers returned and explored the inner city a bit in the ...
... Although slightly creepy, it was an amazing feeling to be in the presence of so many of the powerful people I have been studying about all semester.
The library of the Escorial was definitely the most impressive library I had ever sat foot in. It holds collections from all over the world in many languages. Its oldest book is from the 5th century roman times! Behind the Vatican, it is the library with the most precious collection in the world!
... a brand new kitchen equipped.
Contain your current construction-related mess whenever feasible. A simple tarpaulin or crystal clear panel in the doorway maintains your customers from inhaling dust and remains. Always question the users' permission previous to moving pieces of furniture or changing the home in the evening scope on the project.
Throughout fluctuating economic conditions, the rates of interest ...
Just stopped for a look around outside in the gardens - the Monastery is now a school. Very hot - looking rather touristy in our shorts, T-shirts and sandals when the locals are all wrapped up in jeans, shirts and jackets!