- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... I even had the pleasure of seeing some children playing on the playground in the park...they were having a joyous Friday afternoon.
I walked the same route as before except I stayed to the right so I could actually walk down Gran Via and got some great shots of all the magnificence that Madrid has to offer. Puerto del Sol street performers, Calle Mayor's Museo de Jamon for a yummy "bocadillo mixto" (ham & cheese) and then the beautiful array ...
After we got off the bus, collected our luggage and said goodbye to everyone, I was so tempted to just relax in the hotel room, take a bath, put my tired feet up, and call room service. No more talking. But I'd made plans to meet Idoya, Ming, Judy, and Holly for a little walk around Madrid and maybe some dinner. Judy and Holly almost backed out, feeling that 9 p.m. was awfully late to begin an evening, but they probably had the same feelings I did -- ...
... that though, I decided to go out with my two friends here. We went out to a place called Kapital, that we had been to before, and I was great. It was fun to go out, even though when everyone got drinks, I got water, it was fun for me to just spend some time with my friends before they left. It was also nice to just not be at home and enjoy some time out since sometimes I feel too sick to go out. It was a great feeling, but also made coming back a trip. Since the subway ...
I slept in today until 1pm and it was wonderful. Sarah and I had lunch together with Isabel (macarones-- a delicious pasta) before deciding to head out and meet up with Lupe and Fabiola at Cafe Bicicleta to discuss travel plans. We did a lot of planning and we have an exciting quarter ahead of us.
Afterward, after trying and failing to buy train tickets at the station, we instead decided to walk through the Madrid equivalent to Central Park, Parque del Retiro. ...
... god that looks too old for the rest of the car, it just doesn't work' and then I see this..!
Before we had even moved we had stalled three times, Nat was 'flipping' as she says and couldn't work out why... I knew straight away that she hadn't moved the handbrake so I subtly did it while she was looking the other way, not wanting to burst her happy bubble. We 'rabbit-hopped' (or whatever mum says) the whole 11km ...