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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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No wake up call required today so to make sure we took the phone off the hook. All good we thought until one of the hotel staff opened the door to our room at 6.45, turned the light on and yelled wake up. Very different. Despite this hotel being a Marriott, it leaves a fair bit to be desired. Not long after our wake up call, we could hear, sirens, …
645 Klm drive today from Barcelona to Madrid. There has been an amazing change in the landscape and the standards of the buildings. The landscape is baron, very desert like with scrubby bushes. There are sections covered by wind power generators as far as the eye can see. At our morning break, the roadhouse was built over the top of the motorway …
I should probably start this write up by saying I'm not a writer so forgive me.... Chris and I chose Madrid as the starting point for our European backpacking trip. We both know some Spanish, the flight was direct and less expensive than some others, and I had already been to Barcelona so Madrid made sense. Three days later our expectations of this Europe trip and Madrid have been exceeded. We absolutely loved Madrid! We flew into Madrid about 11 am local time (you can imagine we ...
... had no time limit. Knew I was lost in Madrid and nobody knew about it. I thought this was funny. However by this time, my feet were turning purple with all the day's walking in thongs. I thought how on earth do you ask someone how to get somewhere you don't know the name of? Then I thought, hang on, I have lugged my bloody tablet around all day. My last wi fi log on was at the hotel. 'THE INNSIDE' Oh thank god for that! I walked into the ...
... women waiting in line. Susan slipped the clothing on over her real garments to beat the system but was promptly “busted” by a clerk. This behavior was “against the rules”! At least no police were involved so she made her purchase saving at least an hour. Rules seem very important in Spain. As we left there was a huge demonstration across the street. It appeared to be a large group of disgruntled workers demonstrating in front of the telephone ...