NH Alberto Aguilera
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... two couples complaining about the thirty dollar hamburgers...glad we missed them!
Only one change of plane on the way home (yea!), and two uneventful, on-time flights. (Yea again). The cat was glad to see us, and we were glad to see her, too. Our next trip is a cruise in May, 2015 from Montreal to England, and then around the Baltic sea. Should be fun! ...
... kick back happening. I then walked to visit the Caixa Forum as lonely planet had listed it as a free and interesting art gallery, but since the time lovely planet was published an admission fee seems to have been added - but the outside of the building was very interesting with a living mossy fern garden growing up one of the walls. Instead of visiting I had a nap before meeting some of the people from the walking tour to visit the Reina Sofia from the handy tip from ...
... happy to see my two excited brothers running strait at them and having to literally dive out of the way to avoid getting run over. After nearly running over some Spanish strangers we walked up wide staircase to the roof. Bach and Hugh ran over to the railing nearly running over more people and started pointing out how all the people 20 stories below looked like tiny little fruit flies ...
... of two spots.
Having names on Coke cans is massive here, it only began a few weeks ago and is already just as big as it was in Australia! Won't find any 'Melissa's' here!
When people sneeze, instead of saying 'bless you' they say 'Jesus' which I struggle to say because it's so strange!
Every time you see someone you give them two kisses, obviously, but with glasses it's so annoying! As soon as I kiss someone I have to ...
... Jardín Botánico de Madrid (Spanish for Royal Botanical Garden of Madrid) The gardens of the Real Jardin are immaculately kept. It reminded me of the Jardin Palace in Paris. Funny that. The garden is also home to the oldest tree in Madrid
Miguel and I found a free art exhibition. Some rather odd things can be called art. For instance, a pallet ...