- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We were staying in the Malasana area of Madrid. A very "cool and creative" area, translate to hipster. There are a ton of vintage shops and locally made cool things. Lots of young people at the bars, in the park with their dogs. I feel a little bit old, but fortunately, it also has all the stuff I love.
After a short nap, we headed out to the local neighbourhood bars (of which there are many) for some tapas ...
... at The Way. It is very clean and hospitable despite what people seem to think about hostels who have never experienced one before. I would say that it is actually cleaner than most hotels I've been to and the staff is much friendlier. Hopefully we continue to find that in the hostels to come. Actually the best night we had in Madrid was the first night. We got in late at around 10:30 and were tired, dirty and hungry. We put ...
... got sent through tsa pre screen... Which means I didn't have to wait in the already short line. First flight was uneventful, and I arrived in Washington DC without a hitch, to a few very nice Bon voyage messages from my great friends. After a short 1.75hour layover, I had to finally excommunicate myself and got on my new ...
... that he had got lots of food for everyone. We then asked "So do you have anything vegetarian?" The guy "No"! So straight faced like it was the most ridiculous question. So we went and asked if it was going on and apparently it was over.... Even though we saw a sign earlier saying it was from 12-11. So after finding out there was no food we headed to the grocery store. Lisa and I were in a rush as we were headed to the bull fight so she made a quick dinner and ...
... by 6 different people. And we had just experienced that over the 6 hours. End result however was that Ray was alive and well and very glad to see us. Our visit to Madrid is over and we now head south to take up residence, for 6 weeks anyway, in our temporary home at the obligatory Spanish Golf Resort. In this 6 weeks we need to find ourselves a more permanent home, enrol Montana in her new school, formalise our residency, buy a car, learn Spanish etc etc. Wish us ...