Be Smart Madrid Diana Aeropuerto
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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- Multilingual staff
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... water. The cost was also a pleasant surprise, the Cafe is a bit of a hidden gem but clearly well known to the staff. From the Palace we ventured back towards the Metro to catch a train to the museum, our plans had included visiting a local market but it had become quickly apparent we were having too much of a good time in the Palace and we were not going to make the market before its early close for the day. Sidetracking ourselves to view a statue ...
... sangria, so the white shirts didn't stay white. At 12pm there was a very short speech, then a rather small rocket was lit. This indicates the beginning of the festivities for the following week. Very interesting to watch. At 1pm I caught the shuttle back to the airport to meet the others. Within a couple of minutes, Hayden found me and we caught up on our adventures so far. Eventually everyone else arrived. Seeing the five girls get ...
... br> As I said above, I hadn't given much thought about Madrid, and unfortunately when I arrived, my experience wasn't a good one. Owning it as my stupid mistake, I took an unlicensed taxi. To this day I don't know why. As a solo female traveller in a country I know nothing about and with no means to escape any possible danger but with my own hands, it was easily the dumbest thing I have ...
... very rich, but I can sort of understand how people could hide behind them, or at least be in the shadows if they stood there without coming in. There are little signs in each room in Spanish and English explaining briefly what the room was/is for. It's nice to have them in English, so I wasn't completely confused. There was absolutely no line getting in, which was very convenient. Yay for seeing major sights on a week day.
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... ending in Santiago and in other ways so different. Recognition to my walking companion from Australia, Lynette for the beautiful photographs she took reflecting the journey in a special way. Thank you for sharing the photos with me and allowing me to use it on this blog. Lynette is also one of the generous supporters of the SAGA fundraising. Thank you to each and everyone who contributed to the fundraising with whatever ...