Hotel Gema Fuenlabrada
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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well last day in Spain and it is Sunday and raining. So we decide to go for a walk as we are in another part of Spain . Firstly the road are blocked off as their is a marathon going on and so we stood under the shelter and watched all the runners, then came the disabled folk and then the roller skaters it went on for miles. We decided to walk on and find a coffee shop to get out of the weather. After a warm coffee we then walked on a ...
... The matadors come out together and smash flags into the bulls open wound. Once some unknown signal is given they all leave the floor save for the main man who's round this is. We eventually figure out there are 3 matadors and they get 2 bulls each, we suppose they are scored throughout the evening somehow. The red cloth finally gets bought out and the matador proceeds to bait and tire the poor guy out to the point of exhaustion before plunging his sword between ...
... again by La Rambla. You could get off there and take a taxi back to the hotel or stay on the bus and they'd take you back. We got off. We headed down La Rambla as Joan and Peggy had seen these portraits for one euro yesterday - I think 4x6? They can be franed and they already had some from Italy, so we got those and then got off LaRambla as very busy and most things are more spendy. We wound through the narrow streets (we were in the Gothic section of town - ...
... he'd make a scary sound, pulling a face and moving the other 2 heads at the same time as his, giving people a fright and hoping for some cash. When we'd arrive home late at night we would see him sleeping under the cover of a shop entrance, just near an entrance to the square, with his box pulled up against him to create a shield between himself and the outside world. It was really quite sad to realise that that was his life, day in and day out, sitting in a box throughout the sunlight ...
... way thru and did not leave until after 5pm. We had a walk up start but when we left the queues wound over 100 metres around the building and down the street. Jumped the bus and after a few false start alighted at the main shopping district. ... 'The central area around Gran Via, Plaza Mayor and the Puerta de Sol is home to many large department stores such as El Corte Ingles, FNAC and international clothes stores such as Zara, H&M and Mango...'. Found a Bureau De Change ...