Holiday Inn Express Madrid-Getafe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Beverage Selection
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Travel Blogs from Getafe
... my mom and it definitely makes things go faster! 2. It's okay to rest. Being in Spain, I don't want to miss a thing. For the first week, I was constantly going and moving and hardly took a second to sit. It is too hard to do this for a month! While I definitely don't want to waste any of my time in this beautiful country, I don't want to be tired the whole time either. It's okay to just relax on a bench and soak in the sunshine, and indulge in the cultural ...
... wanted to see the restaurant before we went so after the other half of the city bus tour and some shopping to find a place we went by yesterday, which of course we could not find, we started our search for the restaurant. We didn't find it so we went back to the hotel and asked someone else. Apparently we didn't find it because we were in the wrong area. Who knew there were two places of the same name, only residents. Joy and ...
... and walked for a bit. By now the masses are out and doing the passeggiata - this is an amazing phenomenon - hundreds of people all walking the streets, talking, meeting people, just endless movement. And it continues all evening. It is now 11.30 and the streets are still alive. Being Friday, I guess it is more than normal weekdays....Anyway, we had another tapas dinner and have wandered back to our room. A good ...
... Wesselmann and many more. We then went to the permanent exhibition, which is huge and virtually covers the history of European art from the 15th Century onwards. There is so much to see - it is one of the most diverse and excellent collections I have seen in one place. We were spoilt with the wonderful range of paintings, with the artists including:- Picasso, Van Gogh, Rembrant, Rubens, El Greco, Matisse, Gauguin, Monet, Pissarro, Degas, ...
Another one of our side trips was to Talavera de la
Reina. John and I had to make this trip. In 2004, John was offered a Fulbright to
Talavera. When he got the news, he quickly
proposed to me so we could get married in the summer right before our year-long
adventure in Spain (what a nice honeymoon that would’ve made). After the ring was on my finger, the
Fulbright offer fell through (the other teacher was wanted New ...