Melia Madrid Princesa
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... The buildings were beautiful boroque architecture with intricate wrot iron balconies in front of every window. Our first stop was to exchange money at a rate of 1.4 USD for 1 Euro. Ouch! But it is what it is and we continued our day to go see some of the city sights.
First we saw the Plaza Mayor, with plenty of cafes to stop and eat at. Walking through narrow backstreets, we wandered our way to the Palacio Real, a beautiful palace across from a ...
... of the world's most exciting cuisines with tapas options all around but the first place that catches my eye is a Starbucks right opposite the hotel. Oooooh, free wifi by any chance? Indeed it is. Hurrah.
So for the price of a decaf Americano, I'm happily online and updating away, listening to Corinne Bailey Rae being played on the stereo. I think we could be breakfasting here most days to come - as long as they do a chai tea latte Coman will be ...
... fountains and statues that was full of people walking around on a sunday afternoon watching the numerous buskers, painters, sellers etc. It was a lovely, fun, famliy atmosphere. From here I walked towards the city passing many old buildings and monuments on the way. I made it back to the hostel where I had a rest, did some organising and blogging, hung out with the other people and eventually went to ...
So it's been nearly two and a half weeks since our last blog entry, sorry for the wait! It's been hard to find time to type up a long post, but we've got a minute to breath right now.
Our last post left off in London; from there we took a bus to Paris. We saw Sacre Coeur (many thanks to Mr. Cooke for the recommendation) and an incredible view of the city from the top.
We met MK and Nell and went sightseeing all over Paris. We saw the Eiffel Tower, the ...
... to babysit Ori for a few hours. He is so cute!! He is learning 3 different languages, which is more than I will ever know. Bridget and I spend a good deal of time making him say "hola" in his cute little baby voice. Once, Elizabeth and Yaron returned, we baked cookies and took a walk around the neighborhood. Later, we went to an Easter egg hunt at the embassy, which is where Elizabeth works. There was also a BBQ, so we got to eat hot dogs on the grill and ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center