Hotel H2 Getafe
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
Photos of Hotel H2 Getafe
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel H2 Getafe
Travel Blogs from Getafe
This morning we had breakfast, loaded the car and as soon as the Villa cleaners arrived, we handed over the keys and hit the road at 9:00am. We planned making this drive on a Sunday to have the least amount of traffic possible. As a result, traffic was light the entire way. Also, fortunately, all but 3 of the 357 miles was on expressways with a 120km/hr (72mph) speed limit! Today, the scenery entertained us the entire 6 hours of our trip. We ...
Everyone is completely well rested and ready for another busy day full of museums. We started out at breakfast, and something weird is they don't drink black coffee here. Only espresso or other fancy coffees, more for the taste than the need for caffeine. :/ So our coffee consumption has taken a big hit. The first stop was the Prado Museum which is a huge art museum that was featuring 10 Picasso's. Our professor knows so much that it was ...
We arrived back in Madrid yesterday to meet up with more friends from Winnipeg. The familiarity of everything is refreshing. We have a general sense of direction in the streets and we are helping Moritz discover the city for the first time.
We also experienced the Spanish tradition of bullfighting yesterday. Anyone who knows me and Zoya knows that the unjust killing of animals is not condoned by either of us. The first time I was in Spain, Chantal and I opted out ...
... in a boat to the island. We then walked the 3km round trip on a trail of settled lava from the centre of the earth. We could smell the sulphur and see the steam rising out of the earth. What an experience! To finish the experience we swam in the caldera off our boat. Totally awesome! Other titbits: We noticed a distinct lack of order and efficiency in everyday life in Greece ie the traffic chaos, bus timetables and the melee at the bus station which ...
... they are closed Monday's - Pffft. The tourist bus companies could really improve their customer experience by calling out the stop numbers that coincide with their maps, and let you know - don't bother its closed today. Our second choice was back the other way. Fluffed around and eventually made it to the Museo National Del Prado. Esquivel, Madrazo, Goya, Rosales, Velazquez, Ribera, Rembrandt, Rubens,, Sorolla, list goes on.... Amazing art work and sculptures on display, ...