AC Hotel Madrid Feria by Marriott
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... lobby at 7pm and head out for dinner with others from the bus. We went a few meters up the road to a Mexican burrito place. The food was good at a good price. We all hung out for a bit before heading back to our rooms. It will be another early start for us, off to Sans Sebastian in the morning. Getting ready for running with the ...
... the old town. It’s reasonably walkable if you can handle 5 – 7 miles over the stretch of a day. It’s a well laid out city and boasts the exact center of Spain – km 0 – near Puerta del Sol, or at least that’s what everyone believed until GPS came along, but just go with it and take your picture. From Puerta del Sol the main arteries of the old town go out in a half circle, like the rays of the sun and ...
... rocking chairs in it) and the Palacio de Velazquez. The latter building had some amazing tile work, and housed an exhibition by Kerry James Marshall, an American painter who is “centered on African American life, culture and history”. Could never figure out the connection to Madrid . . . The pictures illustrate some of the activities going on in the park except one: We also saw a 60+ year old man sitting on a bench in nothing but a thong, but ...
First flight from Amsterdam was good. Rocked up at airport and the lovely lady at check in somehow managed to make my luggage get tacked onto the original flight I had booked months ago. That means I don't have to worry about anything in London or Spain. The flight was only an hour, easy peasy. The next flight was at 0730 though and I arrived at 2230. Packing my sleeping bag in carry on was best decision ...
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