AC Hotel Avenida de America by Marriott
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
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... shopped for a couple of hours at El Rastro and then we walked back towards our hotel through Plaza Mayor and Puerta Del Sol, and then stopped at an H&M to shop some more. We were both feeling the effects of jet lag so we headed back to our hotel to check in. We ate lunch at a bar next to our hotel and then headed up to our room for an afternoon siesta.
After catching a few hours of sleep, we decided to do a little sightseeing that night. We ...
... Forum exhibit hall. A building of interesting modern architecture with an exterior walled hanging garden. On the top floor there is a restaurant that serves a three course lunch for 13 euros. After some communication difficulties with the waitress but success with an I-phone translation app, we ordered lunch. We both agree the first course of a goat cheese salad was one of the best we have tried. Après lunch, we stumbled upon a wonderful pedestrian ...
Okay, time is flying over here! I feel like I am so behind on the blog. We are still having a great time. It is amazing how quickly every day goes by. I will admit that our schedule is still one that would drive most people crazy. When the kids are down by 1:00 AM we are happy! I think our kids will almost be happy to get home to return to some type of routine. But, until then, we are going to continue to run them around like crazy. We have ...
... through a park, getting on the metro to a find it, and ending up a little further then planned. No worries. We were all starving so we picked a random place to eat which wasn't bad. The only weird part was that our server didn't speak English at all so there was a lot of pointing to things and shaking our heads yes and no. One thing we never figured out was why he didn't bring us our check when we were finished eating. I guess in America you ...
... should just go to Segovia - everyone knows about Segovia and most people have never even heard of Avila. I think the Romans are pretty awesome (that's what happens when you take Latin for four years in high school), and Segovia is one of the most well preserved frontier towns. They are supposed to have really amazing aqueducts there, and a castle. In the end, I decided to go to Avila because I have been to Rome, and all over Italy. I've seen the ruins ...