Travel Blogs from Madrid
... of the material in this class. After class, me tamar Amanda and seb went to corte inglais to get some souvenirs and take advantage of some ideas put forward by our teacher. After we spent some money, me and tamar went and got some coffee and commenced our studying. After a few hours at Pez Baker I left tamar and went shopping on gran via by myself. I did some powers hopping and got a lot of gifts for people at home. Tamar dosnt understand why I want to buy things ...
... Eventual success and Margaret was also able, sans TT, to find her way back to Paul. TT was invaluable in
navigating the usual one way streets back to the hotel. Paul found a 5 min park outside the door (another miracle ) so able to unload without blocking the street.
Hotels, at least the ones we stay in, dont have their own parking but usually have an "arrangement" with a nearby parking station. Nearby is an operative word.
Great location and the view from ...
... stage & were keen to get to our accommodation & have lunch rather than mess around with Spanish petrol bowsers.
We arrived at our hotel just before 3 with 30 km worth of fuel left in the car. After checking in & having lunch we set out for the nearest service station which according to the navigator (& Spanish road signs along the way) was 1.8 km away. A good 5 km drive to where both the navigator & street signs ...
... Nico, Candella and of course the man himself Santos.We took the children to the play room upstairs whilst Pato, Ana and Paloma spent time with their aunt, uncle and cousin. It was actually quite fun, Javi kept saying "Somos amigos hoy" (We're friends today - some may call this a turning point in our relationship) and was actually letting me play with him without abusing me! HAPPY DAYS! Bri and I love going to Santos as well as we get to spend time with 8 year old Candella. We ...
... was there today, maybe with a few less stalls than on a Sunday but plenty of them anyway and all trading. We went into a café for some churros and chocolate, coffee and orange juice to help with the hangovers. Jaci then bought a cooking dish, really cheap at €3.50, and of good enough quality. Sandra bought a bottle opener, just in case we need it tonight! It was around this point that we consulted the map and realised we were heading ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services