Ibis Madrid Alcorcon Mostoles
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of the many coffee shops and have a beer or wine and some food. Sometimes they would throw a ball or a frisby. It does cost to get into the Jardin Botanica, the Botanical Gardens which is adjacent to the Parque Del Retiro (don't tell Campbell) but it is well worth it. During our stay the weather has been near perfect. Low to middle 20s with cloudless blue skies a perfect contrast to the gold and brown leaves of the endless rows of plane trees lining and surrounding the wide boulevards ...
... his mobile - ran into me - thank goodness I had my case on his side and he just skidded it along the road a little. He did wind down his window and apologise but then scooted off quickly before the next pedestrian walked in front of him. The taxi rank was absolute mayhem - there were 4 rows if taxis and no real order to which taxi you got into. I was able to secure one and showed him the address and off we went. The roads were chaos / it was like rush hour in Sydney ...
... An early evening shower of rain cleared the plaza briefly though we were protected under our umbrella and enjoyed the cooling brought on by the rain. But the shower soon passed and the plaza returned to a bustling hub of activity.
We left passing numerous homeless people setting up pieces of cardboard for their evening bed. Some have constructed more elaborate cover by combining a number of boxes stuck together. This was a graphic reminder of the disparity in ...
... was that
the pool was closed by the time we arrived letting down our kids yet again!
The other fun reunion we had was with Mrs. Vicky, Amelie’s 2nd
grade teacher. Vicky is from Madrid and
came home for the summer to visit family and friends. She took time out of her schedule to meet us
at El Retiro for a nice visit. The kids
played while Vicky, John, and I visited.
Then John and I actually got ...
My experience in Madrid although it was short was great. I equate Madrid to New York City. The lifestyle of the people in Madrid seems to be much faster paced than in Lisbon and in Valencia. The streets were crowded with people especially in the heart of the city when we did our walking tour. Two things surprised me about Madrid. One was that it was extremely modern compared to a lot of the cities we had been visiting in ...