Petit Palace Embassy
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... but they weren't there either, so we went to the third and they also weren't there. We were about to leave when they waltzed through the door, just in time for a table of 6 to open up. We ordered our €6 euro (bucket) of sangria each and they brought out 7 huge plates of tapas. We could barely fit it all on the table. The food was delicious and the sangria even more so! We stayed for 3 hours chatting and ...
... of course, but there are many strange figures – not just the common dwarves and buffoons of court paintings, but men with large heads, green-skinned girls, hunchbacks, and other strange beings. I liked the many Goyas I saw – The Third of May, of course, but also several court paintings with beautiful faces. The text talked frequently about Goya’s great psychological perspicuity, and I think it ...
... both times somewhat reluctantly. In the middle of our first night there, I woke up around 3 a.m. and, as usual, compulsively checked email and Facebook. There I saw my friend Holly taking the Ice Bucket Challenge and calling me out to do the same. As much as I wanted to ignore it, it seemed like bad form, so after considering several alternatives, I decided there would be no better time to have ...
... the same city as the most successful team in all of Europe has caused Atleti to be somewhat hidden in the background of such success. It also has caused a division between fans of Atletico and fans of Real Madrid. The divide is said to be 60-40, the majority going of course for the more successful team. However, that 60 percent of Madrid that goes for Real is probably the only portion of ...
... a very quick bite to eat, as we wanted to go out again to view the Holy Week procession which was happening near by (in fact, there are processions every evening this week, in different parts of Madrid). On leaving the flat we suddenly realised that the procession was coming straight through the Puerta del Sol, right outside the apartment block. I managed to find an ideal spot, and we watched for about 45 minutes as the procession very tortuously made its way through ...