Hotel Gema Fuenlabrada
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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Woke to a late sunrise, Madrid 1 hr behind the sun. Whipped out the running gear and off for a circuit around Parque De El Retiro ( not a 'park for retirees'). Quite beautiful in the early morning, with many locals out. Established by King Alfonso XII. At the end of the run while exercising - 10m from my camera and hat - a beagle appeared from nowhere in a frisky mood. Dashed in a picked up my hat, then brought it straight to me. Owner ...
... late leaving as the belt on the bus broke and it took them 1/2 hour to fix it!
... was skittish and wanted more on hand. I got my Metro ticket, less than 5 euros and I used my bank debit card in the Metro machine to get it. And it spit it back at me, the way it's supposed to. The train ride to the hotel was easy, easy, easy, and when I walked up out of the underground at the Metro stop, there was my hotel, right across the sidewalk.
Tomorrow I meet everyone at Eurobuilding 2, a super easy walk from my hotel, and we'll take ...
... family pack of Starburst and dozens of frantic calls later and...still on the plane. Lisa's second pearl of wisdom: when your Captain tells you you're stationed on the 'remote runway' it means you're going to miss your connecting flight. The implication is that we may not make it to Angel Falls having missed the start of our tour. Still waiting on Tucan Travel see if they're able to push things back a day (fingers very very tightly crossed). So hours and hours ...
... where to go. This place is huge. People think that the Telsta dome is big, well that is a chicken shed compared to this place. So we set out and, in the hours until our capacity to look and see ran out, we sought out our hearts wishes. My limited knowledge led us to the vivid pre-Renaissance pieces of Fra Angelico, the millennialist visions of hell from Bosch and Breughel, the brilliantly luminous works of El Greco, the stunning courtly Velasquez ...