Ibis Madrid Getafe
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... town and found a nice little restaurant to have some lunch and spend the afternoon. I had intended to do some blogging but I wasn't feeling particularly inspired so I read my book instead. It was quite a pleasant afternoon, except for the beggars. The problem with dining alfresco on Europe is there are always beggars come to ask you for money or other illegals trying to sell you ****. It's all over the place but it is really bad in Madrid. Or maybe because there wasn't much of it ...
... more than stop by via a taxi, but now I fear that chance has passed because our last train to Monterosso leaves at 10.53 pm. We will have to wait and see how it pans out. The poor receptionist at our hotel in Monterosso said he would wait up for us to arrive. If we catch the 10.53 pm we won't arrive in Monterosso until 12.30 am and will then have a ten minute walk from the train station to the hotel. Let's hope we do t make any wrong turns. This flight is with Ryan Air. ...
... with its beautiful Romanesque artworks from the 11th century. There was an amazing story of the three children who were put to death in the 4th century as a model in the middle of the church. It was made of granite - as was everything. Crossing through the arched gates we walked into the city where St Therese of Avila was born, baptised and worked. The walls of the city were built by the Celts and are 3000 years old. ...
... to think about. I've been home though, trying to do last minute studying, and than also just getting to know my host mom more. She has been great to get to know, but it's interesting knowing her life. Like tonight at dinner, we talked about her art, and how she teaches classes. All her art around the house is art that she made, and one that her professor and inspirer made, it ...
After all of that inspiration at the Prado we had the lovely accident of see a bride entering the church next to the museum. We stayed for a while along with other onlookers marveling at the stylish young people attending the ceremony. Their dresses and hats were exquisite.
After a while gawking we decided to hop on the tour bus again to see a bit more of the city. This morning we took route number two ...