- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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This hotel had a fantastic breakfast selection, the hotel itself and its facilities were great
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... shopped for a couple of hours at El Rastro and then we walked back towards our hotel through Plaza Mayor and Puerta Del Sol, and then stopped at an H&M to shop some more. We were both feeling the effects of jet lag so we headed back to our hotel to check in. We ate lunch at a bar next to our hotel and then headed up to our room for an afternoon siesta.
After catching a few hours of sleep, we decided to do a little sightseeing that night. We ...
... a little too obsessed with her. He loved her blonde hair and linking arms with her. He came up behind her and scared her too. It sure made me giggle! She wasn't too impressed though! Haha. We are just popping in a movie waiting for our overnight train to Lagos, Portugal which is at 9:50 pm! It's 15 hours and we arrive the next day at 12 in the afternoon and they are picking us up from the train ...
... gorgeous food. We then had to rush home as my last bus is at 00:26 and I wanted to avoid paying €25 for a cab home. I made it to Moncloa with time to spare, only to find that the bus station was closed. I was ******** myself. I had to go up to a tramp lying on the street to ask him where to get my bus from. Luckily it was just on the main road!!
Wednesday Bri and Jaime came over to spend the day which was really nice as Gabin was at the pool with Candela and ...
... being a little wrinkled, I'm no worse for the wear... get it? Sorry. I just had to make sure my English still worked. My "host-brother" (sounds a little cult-ish, but I don't know what other word to use) was telling me he liked how English has more puns, but I don't know enough Spanish to explain the phrase, "too much of a good thing can really **** the living **** out of you sometimes." Aside: Jack this is not intended at you or your copious, ...
Brit and I weren't too sure what to do. So we decided to start walking towards the Royal Palace, and work our way from there to aimlessly walk through the city. We ended up in the palace gardens out the front, where we didn't go on the walking tour. It was breathtaking and gorgeous. Most of the day was spent choosing random streets to walk down, and sometimes finding a nice square to sit down, chill out, and take in the atmosphere of the city. ...