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TravelPod Member ReviewsHesperia Hermosilla Madrid
Located in the Salamanca district it is totally suitable for those aiming for a centrally located place to stay in at an affordable price. You have lots of stores, restaurants and transportation within a walking distance. Parking available.
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... is most famous for its large pond where you can rent rowboats during the warmer months of the year. Yesterday was a holiday in Madrid (Corpus Christi), so the park was full of families and, sadly, all of the rowboats had already been rented. After half an hour of sitting in the shade of the park and eating ice cream, our fearless leader, Maite (who has been the most wonderful guide throughout this trip, accompanying us each day from dawn until ...
... It was the best explanation of art I have ever heard. After the tour we had a few minutes to wander the gift shop. We took too long and consequently missed our bus back to the hotel. Unfortunately, we had left our bags on the bus so we had to rush to get back which wasn't easy. Although the hotel wasn't far it was uphill and very warm. Luckily when we arrived at the hotel Daniel was there in the lobby. However, the bus had left with our belongings still in the bus. ...
... and Kate’s taxi and what a ride it was. High speed ducking and diving between cars was the theme but we made it. The cost – 10 euro’s per taxi. Excellent eh!
It was packed which is not surprising since there are some 6 million people living in Madrid. It was great being here, although we did have trouble finding toilets. During our time we looked around the shops but found most had closed about 9pm. We continued through a number of ...
I had a great night’s sleep at Alicia’s last night and got up pretty late. It was nice to just chill and then hang out with Alicia for a bit. She brought me to the train station and I was back in Madrid by about 1pm. I went out for lunch and then spent the afternoon organizing things for my trip to Cuba. I found out ...
... I guess dancing all night and walking around all day does that sort of thing to a person. Next time, I'll be ready. Yay for celebrity sightings! Our time in Madrid will come to an end tonight as we board an overnight train to Porto, Portugal. It's always hard to leave a place that you love but it's bittersweet because of the endless possibilities that await you at your next destination. Spain, we'll be back! BONTOBLOGGING: Que ...