- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
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... must have taken much longer.
With feet and legs numb from hours standing on the unforgiving marble floors of the museums, we climbed aboard a hop-on-hop-off bus for a tour of the city. Sitting on the top deck of the bus on a beautiful sunny day, we had a great view of the sights of Madrid.
David had planned two special events for the evening. First we went to an early, 8:00 pm, dinner at the Casa Alberto Restaurant. It is a traditional bar ...
... grande vanilla latte, we decided to grab a few essentials - conditioner and sun lotion. When we were just about to check out we heard a voice call out - "Jennifer?" We look up and there in front of us is a woman named Dianny Guzman - a former parent at my mom's school who had moved to France and then Columbia a few years ago. It was kind of like a "small world" - there were tears and hugs and chatting - it was just crazy that out of all places, a Madrid shopping center, we would run ...
Didn't get to lights off last night until about 1 am. I blame jet lag. The ladies of the beds around me are all really nice. Some speak more Spanish than others. I'm on the top bunk, which I prefer, because I feel like it's slightly safer. None of the other women is going to come by your bed in the middle of the night and steal the stuff you're sleeping with (laptop, money, etc) if they have to climb up to you to get it. I'm not such a ...
... the brick work - so lucky ! There were about 40 cops a few meters away from the church but no other tourists ! I wanted to walk on the grass to get further enough away to get the entire church in frame but I was scared about getting in-trouble so I leant back as far as I could without falling over ! Probably looked retarded.
I decided to go to a square, a while out of Sol, but never made it. I ventured off the main road to the entwining streets with ...
Travelled south toward Madrid, the road climbs high fairly soon and ultimately reaches a plateau over 1000 metre above sea level.
The country is harsh and arid, where there are towns it looks as if the sun has bleached every last drop of color from them. Some parts reminded us of the Australian ...