Confortel Suites Madrid
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... when the entire class is together. After the museum a
few of us decided to do a mcdonalds run. Firstly, we haven’t experienced a Spanish
mcdonalds yet and secondly we were all starving. It was awesome. Then a few of
us ventured to the atoche station to book our train tickets to sevilla. We
waited for a near hour which was a much improvement from the 2 hour 2 day event
we went through trying to book Barcelona- which proves we are learning.
Revelation number ...
... Since, we have Holy week off as well as Easter Monday, I plan on doing a lot of traveling during this time. Hopefully Robyn, Kelsey, and I can finalize flights and places to stay in Paris, Florence/Rome, and Berlin. Paris is going to be a definite destination during spring break where Kelsey and I can put our French to good use. It will be nice to be in a country where I can understand people around me and not grimace every time I need ...
So my first day in Madrid has been awesome! I landed in Madrid at 1pm. The weather was beautiful, 85 degrees and sunny. I rented a flat through airbnb.com right in the center of Madrid near Plaza Benavente. The street my flat is on is called Calle Concepcion Jeronima. The area is beautiful!! The owner of my flat, Kristian, has been amazing. He has been my personal tour guide. I know my way through this city as if I have lived here before. I wanted to get the full effect ...
Hasta ahora el viaje a España ha sido lleno muchos cosas hacer. Cada día tenemos clase pero mi y mi compañero de habitación planeamos viajes en días que no tiene un viaje que es obligatorio. Por ejemplo, hoy visitamos Alcalá de Henares y ayer visitamos Aranjuez. Alcalá de Henares es el lugar donde Cervantes, el autor de Don Quixote, nació. El pueblo era bonito y interesante. Visitamos la casa ...
... little bars which we loved, another was A Fuego Negro where we had dinner that night. For a set price we had a surprise selection of pinxtos brought out to us. It was similar to a degustation but smaller meals and at a much lower price! The most interesting dish was the dessert which was an ice cream cone turned upside down, as if it were dropped on the plate. The dessert is called 'Child's Tears'. When the waitress presents the dish she tells a story of how a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking