Gran Versalles Hotel
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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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... hour train ride. So with that out of the way we arrived in Spain’s beautiful capital city and took a short bus tour to get our bearings.
That afternoon we had the chance to tour the Royal Palace in Madrid and it was definitely something special. While the royal family hasn’t lived there since the late 1930’s but it is still used for important events including the current King’s wedding in 2004 and most recently the abdication of ...
... we have to accept that we can't do it all, especially with Dennis working to make this all possible. The next morning, though, it was off to the races again. On tap for the day: a day trip to Toledo, a UNESCO World Heritage city famous for its long peaceful coexistence between Muslim, Jewish and Christian residents during the Middle Ages, as well as for being the first major city in al-Andalus to fall to the Catholic kings from the north. We walked ...
... t even seem like people had subtly moved out, but that it happened overnight because the cafés were still full with tables and chairs and a few scooters were sitting on the road rusting - they had been there a while. I was so overcome with emotion - and I don't know why - that I began to cry too. I sat in the middle of the road for a few minutes before I could continue on. I still don't know why it was like this, I can only assume it has something to do with the ...
... there's just tarmac and at least 200 buses (no exaggeration). In some places the buildings were gorgeous, like we saw when landing, massive, square, sandstone buildings with so much detail. It's hard to describe but they all join one another and are just gorgeous. But then you turn around and it's dessert, in the middle of the Tarmac with dust so thick you could barely see. Massive wire fences and brick buildings, looking more like prisons than anything else were randomly ...
... world. Three large displays show Franger’s videos of urban and natural environments that pass by as you sip your wine and eat Tapas in this intimate space. You actually feel like you are in a train watching the world go by. Scenery from the great train rides in Switzerland to riding the elevated trains in USA. I just wish I had Trish with me for a drink.