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- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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Needless to say the food is delicious and we continue to sample the array of pintxos on offer. We visited the Guggenheim on the first day here and Cam took lots of shots to capture its burgeoning curves & angles. We wandered through the ground floor's massive installation by USA artist Richard Serra - an ever twisting series of giant rusted iron sheet mazes. There is an appropriate warning that it can feel claustrophobic, but the vast ...
... of Madrid (Plaza Mayor, Royal Palace) and included stories about the royal family and Spanish legends. In the afternoon l headed to the biggest park in Madrid (Parque del Buen Retiro) to people watch and relax. The park is beautiful and somewhere l would highly recommend if you’re ever in Madrid, you can hire a row boat or check out the Palacio de Cristal. If it’s a hot day there is plenty of shade and seats to sit and relax at. My last full day in ...
... br> There were a number of various modern art pieces but the most well known was titled "Marilyn" by Andy Warhol which featured 150 multicoloured Marilyn Munroes. On other floors there were structures of enormously large women that were inspired by Gaudi's art work in Barcelona.
We left the museum and walked around looking for lunch and thanks to Sue's previous suggestion went to El Corte Inges. This is a large department store much like Myer, ...
... me, just ask Jenny Chant). (We would have to have arrived in France for our Lille trip ON THE
DAY of the Charlie Hebdo shootings...commence high levels of French
misery / fury).
On a lighter note, trains are late, planes are cancelled, bags are lost, arrests are imminent and someone always gets food poisoning - usually me, to be fair.
An excellent example - the EasyBus, an EasyJet provided (duh) transfer bus from London to Stansted. Which ...
... i did! I walked for around 35 minutes in the heat along the beautiful riverside towards the Guggenheim museum. Im glad i escaped the heat for a little while. It was 11 euros for entry. Most of the artwork at the museum was fascinating such as George Braque. However i wasn't a fan of Yoko Ono's eclectic taste. I sat down for a little while to rest my feet as it was around three hours of walking through the museum. It also had wifi so ...