Hostal Felipe V
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... changed at Chamartin to get to Sol, only 5 minutes walk away. It was the right decision as I neatly caught the connecting train and was in my hotel shortly after 11.
Thursday dawned dull with the threat of rain but it was only a 5 minute walk to the City Hall where the conference was to be held. This is a magnificent neo gothic edifice in cream stone designed with the full thrust of late Victorian pomp and exuberance.
I had a good day and headed back to the ...
... was based on looney tunes characters, which the rides were named after and based on and stuff like that), we just sat at a park outside of the theme park, had some lunch, then cable car-ed back to the more residential area, and went back to the house.
That’s all we did in Madrid. I really liked it, and I would definitely come back if I had the chance. I would give the whole city a 9 out of 10 for anyone who was going there.
... a little detour it was a fun adventure. We got to gran via and snagged a quick cheese burger from mcdonalds- best idea ever. We continued walking into Puerto de Sol trying to find Kapital- a disco where we thought everyone was going to meet us. We did another shot at a bar on the way and gave up walking so we took a cab. Kapital was awesome however I have some mixed feelings about it. Firstly, it costed us 16 euro to enter. Secondly, the rest of our group never showed ...
... obstacle, as ever, is the language barrier. The receptionist finally found someone who had a 'little' English who offered us some paperwork and directed us to a building some 200 metres down the road. After finally passing a security check into the Customs Administration Building (?) we found our way to the Veterinary on the 2nd floor, expecting to get the paperwork signed and collect our pet. Once again we were shuffled from one person to another until an ...
... 8217;s not realistic because no way you’d travel so far without seeing other nearby popular cities. But, I think that’s how I would’ve enjoyed visiting a place.
The world is indeed very big, and it’s hard to balance vacation time and work time. There’s never enough time to see the world, right?
Ok, didn't do much today. Settled in, love the place, fantastic location again. Went to ...