Campanile Madrid-Las Rozas
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Banquet room
- High-speed internet in room
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... Barcelona. Buildings are more similar to what we saw in Italy but the colours are more lighter. We stopped at a cafe for breakfast. Had some Spanish style coffee and toasts with chocolate and mermaid. This is very popular amongst locals for breakfast. Sunday flea market is a popular market in Madrid and it was very crowded with locals and tourists. We ...
... br> He spoke a little about bullfighting, apparently 60pc of the Spanish population are against it....I was surprised that the number was so high. It was interesting to note that Madrid has the most trees (300,000!) in it's city than any other country (apparently except for Tokyo but per capita Madrid still outranks). And that was really obvious - almost every street had trees on the pavement. We also drove past the Retiro park we ...
... the 4 hour walk on Thursday would really be pushing it so we drove up into the mountains and parked at El Cortigo Granda and went for a short walk. The views were breathtaking as it was such a clear day. Afterwards we got into the car and went even higher up windy narrow roads to place called Cirtijo Cabrera. David kept stopping for me to take photos, then we came across a concrete unfinished house, there are a lot of these about, luckily there was a ...
... fast train ( 20euros p/p return) and we were back in Madrid by 5. Really nice day trip to do from Madrid. After a glass of wine on the terrace we wandered down to Plaza del Mayor to find somewhere to have a small meal after our big lunch. Sat at a busy cafe and ordered several small items. With 2 glasses of wine each the total was 15 euros! As always great atmosphere. We ended the night with coffee on our hotel ...
... the best of us and we signed up for yet another pub crawl. We must have a death wish or something. On a whim, I asked the guy who was putting on the pub crawl if we could get a discount because we had become some sort of regulars and we surprisingly saved 4€. What a hero! Initially, I was just kidding but it actually worked out. Man, I am so good at networking when I have sangria. I'll have to remember that when I need to find a job this school year. BONTOBLOGGING: Free is ...