Ibis Madrid Alcorcon Mostoles
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... and set off for the main old town area, around 10 minutes on the train. It was so lovely....with the architecture and all the old buildings and tapas bars. We wandered around for a while wanting to have some tapas but not being too sure about the process (we'd heard how you sit, stand, do this, do that?? LOL). Finally I saw across the road some massive stuffed bulls heads on the restaurant wall, so we walked across the road to have ...
... Bornemisza on my 2001 visit to
Madrid and hadn’t planned to go again this time. Although the museum’s
collection is fantastic most of the paintings are not Spanish, so there’s no
particularly strong connection with the country as there is with the Prado. The
museum’s collection is that of two generations of the Thyssen-Bornemisza clan
of German industrial ...
... they drove us to the point where the light house stood for a cup on mint tea and a view of the Atlantic Ocean. Then we were wisked down to the beach for a camel ride. Camels are big animals. Mine wore a net over his mouth. When I asked if he was a biter, I was told he only bit other camels. I was hoping my tan slacks didn't confuse him. They were calm and obedient and rode much like a fat horse. Our guide Jamal had his most ...
... we are still at home. Pudd has to do some work, and also I remembered that he has to collect his new HSBC credit card. I'm not sure if I wrote about it earlier but when we were in London the card was skimmed and it had to be deactivated. The most convenient place for them to send the replacement card, given our driving tour of Spain, was Madrid as we are here for a few days. Anyway, we've asked Elena to call the HSBC branch where the replacement card was supposed to be sent to ...
... minutes. Alas, another “failure” for the day.
We found the Hop On bus, taking a one hour tour of the alternate route two to see the “newer” part of Madrid. In Madrid, “newer” means built after 1940. We hopped off at the Plaza del Sol and wandered into a new area not yet visited. Susan did some shopping. When she found pants she wanted to try on, she was dispatched upstairs to “fitting rooms” where there was ...