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- Non-smoking hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... quite small, even for tapas, but the flavours were wonderful. Our share of bill was 28 euros plus tip, for another great meal.
After lunch, we head for the Cathedral and tower (9 euros, and 4 euros for Murray), passing a number of notable buildings on the way. Mike and Debbie have done the free morning walking tour, so they are full bottle on all the details of them.
We enter the Cathedral at the east end, past an example of an angel or Madonna figure ...
... man. On the promise that I wouldn't steal his stuff if he wouldn't murder me. We both kept our promises and it was an awesome night and insight into Dutch life. Embarrassing moment: pretty embarrassment free, however having to pick up a giant dog **** in the morning while we were both nursing our morning cups of coffee was pretty hilarious. Top moment: sitting around the table, singing and playing cards for the night. Clean and jerking the dog is right up there as well. You were so ...
A morning of Madrid institutions
A slower and more relaxed start to our last day in Madrid beginning with breakfast - coffee and croissant- in La Mallorquina at the western end of Puerta del Sol. Rather than sit upstairs we decide to stand at the counter with its double glass shelves filled with pastries and bocadillos. The assistants stand guard in their starched white jackets each tending a section of the ...
... an early night so that we could make the most of tomorrows sightseeing. Good night Brendan and Lauren xx July 5th After breakfast at the hostel (not bad - toast and OJ) we joined the walking tour which we have frequently attended at the various hostels. These are free tours but a tip for the guide is encouraged, which we happily pay. Most of the guides have been great and it is an easy way to quickly find your bearings. The guide (a loud Columbian girl) was very good and ...
... all along. So we started to gather our things to move, and that is when the lady spotted the tea soaked seat! Oh dear. Whilst rambling away in Spanish, she did not look pleased, and as Jen tried to apologise we quickly scampered away. Once settling in a new four seater, the train was smooth sailing for about half an hour...and that's when the train conductor came our way. He checked our tickets, and informed us that we were in the wrong seats, which again ...