Ibis Madrid Alcorcon Mostoles
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Hungarian nobility who lived internationally
(much in Spain) and amassed one of the world’s most distinguished private art
collections. They chose to display their collection to the public in Madrid,
and the museum opened in the former Villahermosa Palace in 1992.
The paintings (almost no sculptures or prints or
photographs) begin with the 13th century Italian Gothic ...
... arrived nearly 2 hours late! Poor dears were pretty frazzled! After a couple hours on that rooftop enjoying the city Gail and I decided we were definitely not up to Tapas and more visiting and beverages, so we walked home , enjoyed the left over Paella and drove ourselves a little nutz trying to understand an old "hero's" type movie, fabulous or magnificent or some such 4---in Spanish! we got pretty silly with that. ...
... this one was much better; 5) a tomato sauce covered pasta with filling. I’m not sure of that but it was delicious - all the while all the water and wine we wanted. Spanish wine of course. Then we had pre-ordered our main course. Sue, Joan and I had suckling pig and Peggy had steak. Both came with thin sliced potatoes. Peggy said the steak was touch.. The pig was fatty but the meat part was delicious. While we were eating, a trio came to sing for us! There was ...
... We walked over to the royal palace and had an ice cream in the garden there, watching people have wedding photos taken. We then looked for the market , we walked round and round for about 45 mins but there was a theater where my app said the market was meant to be. It wasn't signposted along with all the attractions either . Very weird. We ended up sitting in a cafe ...
... the remains of Peter's unfinished take-out pizza, or Paul's Letter to The Corinthians...Council Offices, requesting consent for a patio extension. In any case, rose buds were thrown from the balconies as the highly decorated sarcophagus made it's way slowly down the thoroughfare. The whole procession took an hour to pass our window. We visited a few museums, but it won't bore you with accounts of those - plenty more coming up, and I will select the most interesting to ...