AC Palacio del Retiro, Autograph Collection
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews AC Palacio del Retiro, Autograph Collection Madrid
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... we were more familiar with their work. Then a small supper at a trendy bar in the street nearby followed by the "paseo" - the evening stroll. That's a nice Spanish tradition. We had foie gras with a little jam and galletas, 21st century tortilla- which is normally a potato omelette but this one was deconstructed with various layers and foam! The last dish was Parmesan ice cream with lemon sauce and a light cookie- Not something you get every ...
... to understand why they don’t eat much for breakfast as you are still full and half-drunk the next morning. The question that persists in my mind is how any of these people hold down jobs. I mean really. You don’t want to find your airplane pilot sitting next to you at a tapas bar when it closes down at 3am – especially if you fly out the next day.
Day two Alan was getting his bearings and I dragged him all over the ...
... t do the Prado justice. So we checked into our hotel (gorgeous modern decor… we were all immediately over our obsession with uber-decorative Morocco), and dashed to the rooftop terrace with our pre-ordered bottle of cava (thanks Barb!) to check out the palace at night. Stunning.
We gave ourselves 15 minutes to change clothes and headed for the Gran Via shopping area. The people watching and window shopping are enough, but ...
Arrived Madrid mid afternoon, the airport was interesting,nothing like any other airport I have ever m. been in, it was very quiet,we had to walk a mile then got on a train to take us to the'. Baggage collection,took ages for the baggage to arrive but at least it was all there. We ...
... watered mightily and I couldn't say a thing to Jo. My upper lip, previously admirably ridged, became somewhat corrugated .... Biggles would have had a stern word...thus Joanne was spared a lecture on the history of the Battle of Britain, and an explanation of the effects of negative G pushover maneuvers on a Merlin engine carburetor - for which she was no doubt profoundly grateful. The British are 'accessible' to me in a way that most Americans aren't - with the honorable exemption ...