Melia Madrid Princesa
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We stayed at the Melia Princesa for 3 nights as part of an Insight Tour which are cleaned and made up daily.
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... the scenery which abruptly changed from high rise housing and skyscrapers of Madrid to dry, sagebrush, scattered trees, hills, fields and mesas, similar to the American southwest.
As we approached the Navarre region and Pamplona, more farms with green crops and trees dominated the landscape with the dramatic Pyrenees Mtns in the background. ...
Today was nothing short of Lazy. I woke up around 12, and than I had breakfast. We were going to go to an amusement park, but no one woke up until around 1 or 2, and that was too late to attempt to go, so I stayed home, watched some shows, and started packing. It was sort of sad starting to pack, because I had just found a home where this location was, but Im hoping than this new family will ...
... managed to sleep through the night and avoided any jetlag (hallelujah!) and felt ready to begin an exciting first full day. We walked all the way to Sol, Plaza Mayor, a random part that we got lost in (but that’s the fun part, right?), back to Retiro, and through the beautiful park, all in a few hours! Such a walkable city – sometimes it feels like a mixture of New York, San Francisco, and Rome. After calling our ...
We have an early start today and travel all day to reach Madrid around 4pm. We do get to see a little of Madrid with a city tour. Certainly not long enough. Quick change again then out to our farewell dinner. Meal and company is great. Would like to come back to Madrid to really explore this lovely ...
... horses and dogs. All in all, a pretty nice house, though if I owned it it'd have a lot more flat screens, a pool and a games room - you could sell all that stuff in the porcelain room to make room!
The coin and stamp market was awesome. All sorts of old-timers haggling with each other over rare coins and stamps. I managed to find a 1948 stamp that I wanted, after an hour or so of searching. I also found a typical, everyday Canadian penny on sale in ...