How has this hotel rated in the past?
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... so endeth the art lesson today..
I’m especially happy tonight as Holly and Toby have announced they are expecting another unit to the family in December. Congratulations!! I celebrate with a fizzy lager..hmmm. Seriously, I’m really loving being a Grandad to Isla, so another sister/brother is just fantastic.
Next stop Pamplona. Nope I won’t get the chance to be gored by a massive drooling Bull, that doesn’t happen until July. ...
... they are closed Monday's - Pffft. The tourist bus companies could really improve their customer experience by calling out the stop numbers that coincide with their maps, and let you know - don't bother its closed today. Our second choice was back the other way. Fluffed around and eventually made it to the Museo National Del Prado. Esquivel, Madrazo, Goya, Rosales, Velazquez, Ribera, Rembrandt, Rubens,, Sorolla, list goes on.... Amazing art work and sculptures on display, ...
... it. We walked 45 minutes to our apartment in Lavapies a "lively muti-cultural neighbourhood" and met Miguel, who showed us in and left. We briefly settled and headed out down to the plaza around Eatro Valle-Inclan.
At 6 pm on Sunday night there were lots of people out and walking, sitting and talking, just standing, the works. Africa, Asia, South America and Spanish was all there. We went to the local supermarket and bought fruit, veg, cheese and breakfast. ...
... Txarlie (pronounced Charlie, a very Basque spelling) asked me "how is your Spanish so good?" so now I'm feeling very confident in my language skills. I'm off to tour the city with a professor from the university, and will write a long entry soon about my trip here and the beautiful, gigantic city of ...
... talking and playing non-stop while the teachers attempt to get them to recite things by rote. Let’s go around the room and each of you tell us what your dad does for a living. First kid, “My dad is a policeman.” Second kid, “My dad is a policeman.” Third kid, “My dad is a policeman.” They can’t all be policemen. Today the teacher asked the kids, “How are you doing today?” and they responded, ...