Gran Versalles Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGran Versalles Hotel Madrid
A good clean hotel in a quiet handy location for the main tourist areas of Madrid. Easy public transport access, parking available (fee), free Wi-Fi.
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- full-on motorcycle repair on the sidewalk
- a herd of about 50 sheep and 50 goats being shepherded down the road
- hundreds (thousands?) of communist flags, for a huge communist party rally
- the most densely-packed subway train I've ever seen
- A skinny cow with it's tether rope broken walking down a busy ...
... couple of tops and a new handbag. Rob got some new aftershave so he didn't miss out. Spain is cheap compared to the rest of Europe, there is some junk around but the quality shops are reasonably priced. After our couple hours of shopping we wandered around and ended up a long way from the hotel so we had a long trek back, buggered once we returned. For ...
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Today is our last full day in Spain and it is so sad! While I am excited to go home, this has been a truly amazing experience.
First, we saw the Almudena Cathedral. This is the most important Catholic cathedral in Spain, and it has its own cardinal! It was beautiful, and I couldn't imagine going there every Sunday without being in constant awe. We spent most of the day touring the ...
... was good, and she also gave us a yummy broccoli soup that was similar to the ones that you can buy in the United States. For dessert we had watermelon, which was great. After I had some, I drank some water but they told me never to drink water after eating watermelon, because that can make you feel weird, so to wait a little bit. Interesting lesson.
After eating and than another nap, I went out, but this time to Kapital. It was fun, because I went with the group that ...
A weekend away where we repeatedly broke every cardinal rule of dining. Our lips chapped and our shoulders burnt as we basked under the 24 degrees Spanish sun. We drank Sangria in preference to water (When in Spain right?) which laid the perfect foundation for a very fun Saturday and a very slow sunday. Before arriving in Madrid though, picture this...
Your waiting for a train to Gatwick Airport at your local National ...