NH Ciudad de la Imagen
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- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We slept terrible (I think its from being inside so long). We did the exact same thing as yesterday. We woke up at 7:30AM. We headed down to eat complimentary breakfast at the hotel (as always). There we decided we were going to teach English like yesterday. By time we finished eating breakfast it was 8:30AM. We contacted our students/friends from yesterday for them learn ...
... I got used to walking around without being harassed. I feel guilty saying no, but the locals hate them for begging and I kind of get why. Even the illegals are trying to sell something to earn a living. The buskers and street performers add something to the ambiance of the place so I don't mind giving them a coin. But not giving to beggars when I have so much and they so little, makes me feel guilty, but giving them a handout means their problems will never be solved. First world ...
... del Emperador Carlos V, the Atocha Station memorial (a memorial to the 139 victims of the 4 April 2004 terrorist train bombings in Madrid), the Ministarial del Agriculturia building and Casa Arab also known as Escuelas Aguirre. We are now on our way up to Las Ventas which claims to be the world's most famous bull fighting ring. Pudd was keen to see it and we have bought tickets to a bull fight tonight. It should be a real experience. I'm ...
... not a park" means that you have to pay to get in, but seniors are free.
The garden was very peaceful, but we thought it was a little past its prime for two reasons. First was the season. Most of the flowers had already bloomed. Susan did see several rows of blooming dahlias that reminded her of her grandfather's garden. The second reason we thought the garden was a little past its prime is that garden is very old and many of the areas seemed overgrown. But ...
After a sumptuous breakfast of fresh fruit, yoghurt, eggs, toast, chorizo sausage, asparagus, cheese and bacon, we set off to the wonderful Prado Museum. The tour guide, Maria, was a wealth of information on each painting. She pointed out so many details and aspects, which my untrained eye would have otherwise missed. Most striking were great masterpieces of Ruebens, Titian, Caravaggio, Tintoretto, and Goya. I was delighted to see ...