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- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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... back and mine in somebody else’s the event finally began. The band began playing and three men came out on horses and began riding around the ring for a few minutes. Then it began. After the ring was emptied, a set of doors opened and the bull entered the ring. A few men with reddish curtains began to wave the curtain so the bull would charge at it and then pull the curtain away to make the bull angry ...
... warmly greeted by Rodolpho the owner of the Artistic B&B. He gave us a brief orientation to this home and neighbourhood then we got settled in. Our room is cosy with a large 12 foot high door/window with big wooden shutters with flowers pots hanging off the wrought iron fence. Found a snack at a bakery around the corner and wandered the neighbourhood for a bit. It is fairly quiet at this time of day (6pm) as most shops and restaurants are closed for ...
... at The Way. It is very clean and hospitable despite what people seem to think about hostels who have never experienced one before. I would say that it is actually cleaner than most hotels I've been to and the staff is much friendlier. Hopefully we continue to find that in the hostels to come. Actually the best night we had in Madrid was the first night. We got in late at around 10:30 and were tired, dirty and hungry. We put ...
... we didn’t know how long it would be,
we thought they would get to the square around 3 so we decided to tough it out
but they actually got to the square at 6:00 am… we waited 6.5 hours for them
and honestly being in a squished crowd of thousands of people and feeling like
my feet were going to fall off made me want to bail a few times. Im so thankful
that we stuck it out and followed through because seeing them and being apart
of history was ...
... preserved with quaint narrow street lined with shops. The cathedral dominates the town. A highlight was seeing a painting by Greco
we found another little cafe with bakery goodies and very good stron coffee for our lunch. By 1.30 we were back on the bus heading for Salamanca