AC Aitana Hotel by Marriott
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAC Aitana Hotel by Marriott Madrid
It wasn't that great but loved the view and spent a lot of time in spa. It was good.
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Loved all the activities that I did. Cycling was awesome and run with bulls. The hotel wasn't that great but I did spent that much time there anyway. Brought lot's of clothes and did lot's of shopping. At fishing I caught about 6 fish and 1 tropical fish. The weather wasn't that great it rained a bit. Wish I could go back great time.
... souvenirs I’d pasted into it, and generally bliss out on nostalgia. But this time I didn’t keep a handwritten journal – instead, I got modern and created this blog. And it’s been a bit of a mixed blessing. On the one hand, it’s nice to have something I can share with my friends. On the other, it’s a lot more work than I expected (because I work harder at my writing when I know I have an audience), and the fact that ...
... Once we made it
into the terminal I think we were all relieved. Tamar and Amanda are angels for
putting up with my mistakes, although I know there is nothing any of us could
have done… I am so blessed for them. We took a pretty shady flight to madrid
with ryan air. I think im starting to understand why we only pay 60 euro for
these flights. We arrived in madrid around 11 pm. It took us about 45 mins to
ride the metro home and I felt like I was riding ...
... s Christmas- why would I do homework?!' But then I realised that it's not really celebrated here and also, how was doing homework different from playing mind numbing games on my ipad.
We never got the call to go help down in the restaurant, because they 'didn't have time to call' go figure.
Diana felt sorry for me and put on an English movie - mission impossible - which turned out to be the longest, ...
... through immigration and customs with no problems. I withdrew some euros from an ATM and we were off to the hour-long metro ride to our apartment in the city. I had been a little apprehensive about how we would get six Americans from one end of Madrid to the middle of it, including the two train transfers in-between but it was fine. However, the locals did keep looking us up and down like a circus sideshow had come to town. As six, tall, white people – or rather five, ...