Hotel T3 Tirol
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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The train left on time, the plane is due to leave on time too. But you have to arrive so early that waiting around is an integral part of traveling now. Still a limousine sped us from the station to the airport, VIP passes through a fast security check and munching as much free food and drinking as much free drink as you can - does ease the pain and boredom ...
... saw the Police trying to encourage the black North African illegal immigrants out of the area. The Africans are trying to make a living selling bags, sunglasses etc, and have their wares in sheets tied up in the corners so they could move out quickly should the Police come by.
Well they did – There were many police about, but only three on motorbikes who were driving over the footpath and causing the public to move out of the way so they could get ...
... our rooms before we set of as a group with tour director to plaza Major just 3 stops to the Sol metro station via the underground from our hotel near San Bernardo Metro. We scattered to explore the area then a group of us arranged to meet at a restaurant in the Plaza for dinner.
tuesday 20/5 big buffet breakfast then on the bus to Toledo. The old town ...
... Palace, the Capitol Building, and then I was chased by Minnie Mouse in Plaza Mayor - it's a long story. We finished the day by watching the Madrid vs. Germany futbol match at Elena's house with about 10 college boys that night. They were eating frozen pizzas and drinking beer. Besides the sport being watched on TV, it was the most American-like thing I've been apart of since coming to Europe, and I enjoyed every second of it.
... ahead of time, because if you don't it could cost you an extra €20.00. Sorry Hannah.
Spain was an absolutely amazing journey. I learned so much, not only about Spain and Spanish culture, but also about how to communicate with people who don't speak your same language and how to adapt to cultures that are so much different than the ones you're used to, both American and Northern European. I can't wait until my journeys take me back to Spain once ...