Holiday Inn Madrid
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... lacking-especially in Spain. The lessons were actually a lot of fun even though we were probably the youngest people there. Once the lessons were over we left instead of staying for the club and went to a house party one of the Spaniards that goes to our school was having. Important Note: Almost all of the Spaniards that go to our college are extremely wealthy. Therefore, as we learned that night, their apartments and houses are unbelievable. ...
... a half, I talked with Blanca, a funny, talkative professional whose company had been acquired by a German group and who now had to speak English at international project meetings. She was apologetic about her English and nervous that she would never be fluent. She admired how the correct English sentences came flowing out of the Anglos' mouths. Her sentences had a lot of pauses and heavily accented words, so ...
... also had benches that represented each state/ province in Spain that had beautiful mosaics of something important that happened in each town. We had some pretty amazing deep fried mushroom tapa as well. Our second day was spent at the camp site due to Sim being "on the brink of death and needing ICU". He had picked some Spanish ham to have with bread and cheese for dinner the night before (at a great price) and when we had opened it, I thought it smelt terrible/off and that ...
Today I just got back from an incredible 9 day trip in Spain. I traveled
with my friend,Sigga,who is from Iceland. We started off our trip by
flying from Marseille to Madrid. We stayed in Madrid for three days and we quickly learned that Madrid is amazing. First of all, it was the first place I had
an American hamburger and fries since I left the US and that alone won
over my heart. But,the sites in Madrid were also pretty amazing. We went
into two ...
... Daiki from Japan.
We headed out on foot - though i still had a 15 pass train ticket and could feet my feet cursing at me the whole way though stomach and serotonin levels loving me!
Through parks and streets and a few conversations in spanish directions we came across it, only to see it was a chain store! There were about 10 others Velour chocolate stores a lot closer than this one. I think we picked the furtherest one out! Dose me up quick! Tasting plate, check. ...