Ibis Madrid Alcorcon Mostoles
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... or so it was back on the bus to see the newer business part of the city and the shopping area.
All the big labels are there, a bit like Champs Élysées but not as dramatic. We didn't last long there and came back to the apartment tired and happy.
Tomorrow is our last day in Madrid, we intend to explore the area near where we are staying, and hopefully buy some more shoes.
We have nearly come full circle and tomorrow we will be back at Heathrow where it all started three months ago. Our time in Madrid,our last city, has been a little different to London,our first, where we were almost frenetic in seeing all the sights. A combination of the heat ( though a little cooler today at only 42 degrees!) and the end of three months has reduced our enthusiasm somewhat for lining up with the GBP at every 'must see'. Having studied Fine Arts all ...
... so hard to find washing facilities. The laundromat was in the neighborhood of the hospital. Hospital Sant Pau was beautiful and we wanted to tour it, but ran short of time. We did see Parc Guell and the Picasso Museum on our second day in Barcelona. We resorted to taxi because Barcelona is too big to walk efficiently. We should have learned to use the metro but took the easy way out. It seemed everywhere we ...
Well we travelled onto Córdoba today and stopped for. Few hours to take in the La Cathedral which is stunning and has over 180 marble pillars. Still being restored it has numerous chapels and the sculptures and gothic style ceilings are amazing. We then walked around the city of Córdoba and the tiny village around the Cathedral where everything is painted white with spring flowers adorning the walls of the houses. We then walked ...
... little haphazard, there appeared to be two different types of stone. I found out later it was actually built in three different stages so I was not imagining it. The park was actually a series of parks. Streets still run through it but instead of blocks of buildings there is all this green space. It was quite nice but the day had not really het up enough to enjoy the outdoors. I returned to Plaza Mayor for a coffee and wait for my tour. The sun was ...