Ibis Styles Madrid Prado
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... in it, presumably for planting palm trees. From here we get a good view of another crowded beach and a large white building of eastern appearance on the sheltered side of the breakwater.
On the way back we cut through the narrow streets of the fisherman’s quarter, checking out possible restaurants on the way, and finding the market area. We are back in the room at 7.15, then out about 8.30pm to look for dinner. Unfortunately a lot of restaurants are closed ...
... and change somewhere along the way.
So easy in Europe with bring on luggage as I just walked from the plane and straight out of the door and into a cab.No immigration or customs, although I do appreciate the need for them elsewhere.
The flight from Munich was pretty uneventful although I spent four hours at Barcelona for a connection to Madrid. There is a trade off with all budget airlines. Gave me time though to tidy up the last blog ...
... city) to meet up with my friend Shannen. Since she plugged my blog on her blog, I guess I'll return the favor. If you're interested, you can follow Redfox418's blog for her study abroad experience as well!
Shannen helped me get a cheap track phone so I can contact my host mother in case of emergency or if I'm going to be late/miss a meal (all of our meals are provided for us as long as we are home for them!).
The phone place took FOREVER and I barely made it on time ...
... into the habit of
buying little boccadillos- or sandwiches at the school cafeteria which are
incredible for 3 euros! The mid day pick me up always motivates me to get
through classes. Me and Tamar grabbed a quick starbucks before heading home to
relax for a bit. I also think I feel more level headed because we had a chance
to catch our breaths before heading out of the city again :) We met Amanda,
Ovi, and Cater at 3:30 at the Opera house to get ...
... we have to accept that we can't do it all, especially with Dennis working to make this all possible. The next morning, though, it was off to the races again. On tap for the day: a day trip to Toledo, a UNESCO World Heritage city famous for its long peaceful coexistence between Muslim, Jewish and Christian residents during the Middle Ages, as well as for being the first major city in al-Andalus to fall to the Catholic kings from the north. We walked ...