Hotel Gran Atlanta
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... to use English except for in emergencies, and many students are just using it because itīs easier. Weīve been regaņados (chastized) a few times now, but itīs getting pretty bad. Quieren hechar gente de la programa, pero no sé si lo van a hacer. (Theyīve mentioned kicking people out of the program, but I donīt think they were really serious.)
Iīm still confused about how to write this blog. Itīs not an ...
... and once the translation was made the problem was quickly solved. I seem to have some kind of a problem every time I enter one of these stores, so I’m going to quit visiting them.
2013 June 23 - Sunday
On my first day in Madrid, I was expecting to find a very Spartan breakfast but was pleasantly surprised. They served orange juice, coffee (including refills), a Spanish potato & egg Tortilla, one slice of meat ...
... going on to the Campo del Moro where we saw peacocks, magpies, squirrels and parakeets around the grounds. We then went for refreshments, having a Menu del Dia in a lovely little restaurant. The food was excellent with two courses, bread a bottle of wine, pudding and coffee all for 10 euros! Sandy and I both had cardoons (cooked thistles) with prawns for starters - very tasty.Then we jumped on the tourist bus to go to the Museo ...
... between the visible and the invisible using ordinary objects such as string and grass and "hiding" two golden rings that the viewer is enticed to find. Invisible because the columns supporting vast building of glass and steel are woven with ordinary string. On first entering the area you think it is empty as you don't see the obvious thousands of metres of string. Even with several circuits around I could not locate the rings. They were there ...
... place.Loren and I adventured to the doctor’s office today as well. My Residence Director, Paloma, made me an appointment with an English speaking doctor who wrote me a prescription for my sinus infection. They appointment was 100% covered by my international health insurance, and my prescription (which I didn’t use my insurance for) was only 12 euro, or about $15. I also bought over the counter drugs for 5 euro the other day, which is ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services