Hotel Gran Atlanta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Gran Atlanta Madrid
Good location for access to Metro. Several supermarkets nearby. Clean and room facilities good. Wifi reception, poor. Needed to use hotel lobby for wifi. Staff very helpful and courteous.
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Madrid, 11 July - 13 July
We opted to travel by bus today, not ALSA this time, as it did not go to Segovia. The service was great again - ran on time and had wifi! We arrived in Madrid at 10:15am and went by Metro to the hotel.
Our plan for the Madrid stop was to go steady and relax, as Madrid was originally not in the plan, but …
... nearest hotel from the city center and metro station. As soon as I walked out of the train station, the fresh cool post- rain air hit my face, ahhh so refreshing. I am surprised the hotel is right next to the metro station exit. I quickly dropped off my luggage n head off to the most famous museum in Madrid namely the Prado. They are lots of interesting paintings in the Prado and one of my favorite being the Garden of earthly delight , it ...
... had what was to date the best meal of the trip. I drank a lot of water and it was all good after that and we caught a taxi back to the central plaza of Segovia.
A little more about Segovia from Wikipedia:
In 1985 the old city of Segovia and its Aqueduct were declared World Heritage by UNESCO. Within the environment of the old city, stand diversity of historic buildings both civil and religious, not just catholics but also ...
... about. The first bar we went into was basically empty and we were a bit hesitant. But everything we had was sooo good. How it works is that you order a drink and then usually you get a free tapa, then you continue onto the next bar where you do the same. We tried three different ones, but the first one was definitely our favorite. As the night went on, things just got crazy on the streets. There were so many young people partying and ...
... grim painting of an execution which I remember studying at St. Barnabas College. The actual painting is quite remarkable. The visit to the Prado was followed by a walking tour down to Piazza Mayor, one of the major piazzas. Virginia and I walked on to Piazza de Santa Ana, met up with Judy, Marg and the two Dominican Sisters from the Solomon Islands and shared a tapas and Spanish beers for lunch. Feeling considerably relaxed after ...