AC Hotel Avenida de America by Marriott
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... some pieces I completely did not understand. One was a room of file cabinets with 80's t.v.'s on top configured in different positions. Another piece was a set of open doors, and then another with melted colored rulers spread out over a large mirror. I just didn't get it. However, it was nice to see works from Dali, Picasso, Miro and others.
Next, we stopped at Starbucks for coffees to warm us up since the sun was going down and we wanted to walk ...
... regretting not more actively pursuing the attempts to gain Spanish language skills I'd started a few months back. I'd been pretty keen for a lil while but lost focus when I left on the two smaller Oz trips and never really reactivated myself. Although, having overheard what sounded like rapidfire conversations at the airport this morning amoungst Spanish locals, I'm not sure I'd ever become anything but bumbling. )
Julie was keen for a rest but I was keen to ...
... slaps you in the face to make sure you don't get too cocky.
When my train began to stop, I looked out and saw farmland.
When you book through hostelworld.com, the hostel usually emails you a few different options and writes out directions from the main stations you're supposed to arrive at. I just assumed the first one was a train station so I had saved those ...
Left Pamplona about 8.30 and headed towards Madrid. The scenery soon changed from wet and heavily forested to much drier farm land with some grape vineyards, and lots of olive trees as we travelled higher to the plain which covers most of Spain. Stopped for morning tea at a small town - now seeing typical Spanish dwellings with their terracotta roofs. Arrived at Madrid for lunch. Moved in ...
... a new set of guests arriving. However, he kindly allowed us to leave our bags at the flat - so we were free to wander around Madrid for the day unencumbered, agreeing to pick up our bags just before 7pm.
The girls went off to see the Museo Sorolla, while Liz and I strolled over to the very lovely little Museum of Decorative Arts, just by the Prado. As it was a public holiday, the museum was FREE, and we enjoyed a pleasant hour or so ...