Ibis Madrid Fuenlabrada
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... tourists besides us. Jamal translated some women after seeing us that we had come to take their pictures. Then when I asked to take their picture, they all waved no and covered up. But I had my camera around my neck and just took pictures without looking as though I was. No one noticed. Then we went off to the fishing village of Assilah, a lovely, small beach town, for lunch. Salad and red fish. Then back to Tangier and the Dar ...
... as she said Australians and New Zealanders travel in groups-like sheep. She didn't say that I did???
It was a speed tour we begun at the Museo Thyssen Bornemisza which holds the art from private collections. It was so beautiful but I felt I was been a little rushed by the guide, who was very knowledgable but I needed to take notes. Onto the Prado which is just too astounding. I visited Melbourne exhibition but to see it ...
... for me. I spent most of the day in the dark, eating occasionally and watching TV and becoming obsessed with Kim Kardashian. I did some packing towards the end when you went out to see a friend and otherwise wasted a day in Barcelona. I love you, ...
... game between Brazil and Germany.
After dinner we found Ryan some frozen yogurt...which is actual yogurt here...and explored some more of the city. We let ourselves get lost in the narrow streets and stopped to get a few provisions and then headed back to the hotel where we crashed...it is so nice to sleep without the anxiety of an alarm clock or the stress of the day and what needs to happen tomorrow...
... like the babies.......they are from Canada, USA, New Zealand, South Africans and Aussies. At the Prado Museum we received a lesson in art appreciation so interesting seeing we don't spend much time visiting those places. The afternoon was spent in Segovia. The Acueducto de Segovia is an amazing structure built by the Romans with no mortar used to construct it except where the water flowed across the top. The Alcasar Castle (yes another castle) so well preserved mort around the ...