Ibis Madrid Getafe
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... with no obvious means of access and farmer attempts at terracing the landscape to grow olive trees in such sparce, unfertile appearing soil and rock. As we overcame these giants with steep and winding asphalt ascents and impressively engineered tunnels, less imposing landscapes began to emerge, peppered with increasing numbers of geometrically arranged olive orchards that ultimately covered the landscape as far as we could see. This olive ...
... dark, and gross. They were people eating other people, weird demons and so on, and similar to Picasso, was depicting the unrest in Spain. Around the 1820's the Spanish government was changing and there was a lot of civil unrest because of the Napoleon Wars that ended in 1815, these paintings were Goya's way of expressing his disgust with the outcome. After leaving the museum, all of us were starving and wanted to get lunch, and our professor said ...
... 8364; each and later found out they were probably only worth 5€. Personally, I was not bothered by the price difference.
We got inside and found our seats - the first row of the highest balcony. There weren't too many people watching from our area. I was glad we were a bit further away from the actual fighting and we were able to experience the Corrida de Toros in a quieter atmosphere.
I knew a little bit about bullfighting from research I had done ...
... high above the deep blue waters far below surveying the perfect beauty of this place, it is totally impossible to imagine the horror of the cataclysmic event which created this magnificence. 3600 years ago people had already been living on this Island for over 2000 years and had created a small but wealthy community in the town of Akrotiri through trade with many other ports across the Mediterranean. During that time Santorini was one large island, ...
... way thru and did not leave until after 5pm. We had a walk up start but when we left the queues wound over 100 metres around the building and down the street. Jumped the bus and after a few false start alighted at the main shopping district. ... 'The central area around Gran Via, Plaza Mayor and the Puerta de Sol is home to many large department stores such as El Corte Ingles, FNAC and international clothes stores such as Zara, H&M and Mango...'. Found a Bureau De Change ...