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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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... to La Flamenka to book dinner for tonight, our last night together, as Mike and Debbie are staying here another night. We leave them to have a coffee, and we go to explore the town. We walk across the Roman bridge which is for pedestrian traffic only, and check out the line of curved weirs across the river which have the remains of mill buildings between them. We do a closer study of the restored mill building at the far side, which looks like it could actually be a working ...
Up bright early enjoyed beautiful buffet breakfast at the hotel then boarded our bus for a drive around the lovely city of Spain. Then stopped at the Park to see the fountains and the statue of The Plaza de Espana, Puerta del Sol, the Parliament and Cibeles Fountain. The parks surrounding the fountain had many dog ...
... first full day in Madrid I didn't. I dragged my butt away from my airconditioned room about lunch time to visit Plaza Mayor - the big central plaza in Madrid if the name didn't give it away and stopped at one of the restaurants for the lunch special of 2 courses and a drink for €9. For €9 I assumed the food wouldn't be great (which it wasn't) but being a central location that the people watching would be good. Madrid's tourist areas seem to have ...
... 2 or 5 it is quickest to get the 200 bus from the airport to Canillejas (€1.50 pp), then the metro, also avoiding the €5 airport surcharge!! Actually if you need line 2 or 5 from the airport this is probably the quickest way. Every hour the baggage carousel fires up again and now 3 plane loads of people are waiting for their bags! At 2030 we give up, after registering our missing bags at the BA/Iberia desk, we head off for the 200 ...
... he could pack, he chose to bring a red clown nose and juggling bags! He is probably one of the Funniest people I've ever met! Maybe I'm overcoming my fear of clowns! Anyway, we will continue early tomorrow (everyone gets up at six after going to bed at ten - the schedule of the camino). More later! As always, apologies for any weird spelling, grammar or capitalization issues. I blame it on smart ...