Hotel Petit Palace Arturo Soria
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... not soon be forgotten. We have all grown in various ways. We have made new friends, tried new foods, improved our Spanish, adjusted to a different way of living, and stepped out of our comfort zone in one way or another. Soon we'll return to the United States with plenty of fun stories about our travels and, I hope, a slightly different perspective on life. We are so thankful for our time here, and are looking forward to seeing all of you later ...
... to call the bus driver back and luckily we were able to get our things...whew!!! After we put our things in the room we decided to go to Casa Botin a very popular restaurant here in Madrid. It is the oldest restaurant in the world and highly recommended. We shared a roast chicken, gazpacho and a split of red wine....perfect! On the way to the restaurant we wandered through Plaza Mayor and went into to a couple of shops. When we got back to the hotel, Tom took a nap ...
... saw the Police trying to encourage the black North African illegal immigrants out of the area. The Africans are trying to make a living selling bags, sunglasses etc, and have their wares in sheets tied up in the corners so they could move out quickly should the Police come by.
Well they did – There were many police about, but only three on motorbikes who were driving over the footpath and causing the public to move out of the way so they could get ...
... my flight to Havana has been changed so instead of arriving there at 9:30pm, I will arrive at 2:30am. Not ideal for getting to a hostel at an ungodly hour, but it is what it is. I found a guess house that claims to have 24 hour reception, so I’m going to test that out.
I called Nikki to wish her a happy birthday, ...
... There were skyscrapers everywhere, there was a mall that was 6 stories high, and paved roads as compared to the cobblestone streets of Lisbon. I did not expect a city that had been around for so long to have such newly renovated constructions. I think this is partly because the city caters to so many tourists. It has outgrown its old fashioned/ antiquated style and progressed into a lot of modern style architecture. ...