Gran Versalles Hotel
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Checking out of the hotel this morning, I presented the receptionist with my Citibank Visa Debit card (Visa wholesale currency rates with no commissions or additional charges) and he proceeded to finalise the bill. In usual "trap the tourist" fashion the eftpos slip for signing was already converted into Australian Dollars. Having been in retail …
... it's all part of the adventure of freedom). I found a good rate at the Westin Palace Hotel in central Madrid. The hotel was built in the late 1800s and is an icon in Madrid. In the photo, you can see that the facade is undergoing renovation. My room is unusually large. I have original wooden floors and the hallways have been restored to time the hotel opened. It is quite impressive. Down the hall from my room is the ...
This trip was led by the CIDE program and our first stop was in Segovia. The weather wasn't all that great but it held out enough for us to take pictures of the beautiful and incredible view of the aqueduct, town, snow-capped mountains and bright lush green grass. It was amazing. Also, the aqueduct was impressive. It was built mathematically with nothing holding it together. While there, we also got to check ...
... It was a good lunch. It was nice because it was a buffet so we could pick and choose. After that we went to the Alhambra and met out tour guide. We felt like a real tour when he gave us an electronic device so we could hear him better. The tour was really interesting and the place was beautiful. It was a little cold, but we walked a lot. After the tour we had free time. Three of us went out to browse the stores. I got soem postcards, pretty earrings, and finally got a ...
... was moved up two hours, for which I had no objection, as I wanted to watch the match along with the rest of the country. Emerging from the Las Ventas subway station, I entered the imposing stadium, and took my seat among the crowd on the sombra (shaded) side of the arena, opposite the nearly empty cheap seats baking in the blinding summer sun. Similar to the mental preparation I'd attempted prior to peeping in on cremations in India, ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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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