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- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Day 1 On arrival after 3hr renfe train, we visited parque de el retiro, a park that spreads oner more than one square kilometer that was originally designed for royalty. It had beautiful flora, fountains, a lake with jetty and boats and also a glass palace. Explored Museo national del prado in the evening followed by tapas for dinner Day 2 The next day we made a visit to the Royal Palace (Palaco Real) square and museum which housed exquisite presidential rooms and artefacts. This ...
... our closest station after a cruisy ten minute walk through the bustling and sprawling terminal, and then quite easily purchased a five-day tourist pass, we were on our way. The Madrid Metro works on specific routes that all intersect at key stations. An app I'd previously downloaded plotted the three changes we needed to action and all went perfectly smooth with never more than a couple of minute wait for the next train. Awesome service. The only problem is that because all ...
... on landing, couldn't work that one out as it was very smooth. It was already 35 degrees outside. The terminal was hot and huge! I managed to have a good look around and make my selections for the return trip! The final leg was just over 7 hours, Dubai to Madrid. We were flying over land for most of the trip. Even though I was in the middle of the plane I still got ...
... had her picture taken across the lake from this monument on two previous occasions. She has those pictures in a frame. We accomplished her goal of getting the same picture taken a third time.
Remember cousin Miguel and his wife Olga from Bueu? They took us to Portugal just eight days ago - it seems like months! Their daughter Nadya lives here in Madrid. They met us at the park and we spoke for a short time ...
... the station towards the front which I lived close to. In the process of walking around the station I passed through around 100 cabs lined not only in one row but 5 rows side by side. Some had drivers in them so I was like "keep walking keep walking keep walking." This was the view towards my right. On my left I looked downwards into the station and saw around 12 trains standing at their stops waiting for the next group ...