How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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... we were relying on others that weren't very good kayakers. At times they hit ours and never had the courtesy to allow people in front to go first. We also got towed back, so for me it just wasn't enough actual kayaking. We stopped at a beach only accessible by the water. Here we went for a snorkel. This was fun but the visibility close to the shoreline wasn't great. All in all though, it was a morning well spent. After we got back ...
... four hours before most of the Iberian peninsula anyway. I got big bonus points from the elderly proprietor for ordering in what must have been comedy Portuguese, and he went away smiling to the kitchen to have a row with his fierce wife who was clattering some pans. We sipped on our very full wine glasses (80 pence each) and waited for KK’s traditional chourico and my traditional bacalhau (salted cod) to be all traditional and that. I would be interested to see ...
... Tower was one of three defensive towers at the mouth of the Tagus River and it was from here that caravels set sail on their history-changing voyages of discovery, conquest, and trade. Set back from the river, the Jerónimos Monastery is the masterpiece of the defining style of architecture from that golden period – the 16th century. Named after the monarch of the time, ...
... on top of a large pile of rocks, duck ponds, and a fern garden.
The next attraction was the Moorish Castle. The original castle was built by the Moors and taken by the Christians in 1147. Most of what we saw was the result of a complete restoration in the 19th century. The Castle also provided some great views of the Palace, the town, and the surrounding countryside. ...
... and went to a small bakery near our house that I was interested
in trying. I walked the path to school for the last time and ate the perfect
lunch while looking our of a window to the Madrid streets. I got back and said
good bye to abuela. Although I will still have one more night in the apartment,
she will most likely still be sleeping when I come and leave. It was so sad
saying goodbye. She is truly a huge part of why my language improved so much
and she is ...