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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
TripAdvisor Reviews NH Zurbano Madrid
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... found 2 small places to try for lunch, one featuring cod and vermouth and one featuring desserts and sherry. After our afternoon rest, we met up with Julie and Alex Monahan for dinner at two different tapas bars and then back to the desserts/sherry place for them to enjoy also. A nice evening with them.
Tomorrow we're on to ...
... which eventually became Paseo de Castellana. I paused at Plaza de Colon (my first encounter with young gypsy woman with petition) then walked down Goya into Salamanca. Here, I could have been in any upscale neighborhood in New York – straight streets, boutiques and upscale restaurants on the ground floor and chic apartments on the upper floors. The streets were busy, and many people carried multiple paper satchels with recent shopping purchases. Older women were clad ...
... to get rid of in our lives while the potion was set on fire. The witches then gathered around the bowl to blow out the flame on the count of three. Only it wouldn't go out. They tried a few more time and Marissa was starting to get frustrated, saying "I've never had this happen before." Finally, four or five more of us jumped up to help blow out the flame and we finally did it.
Marissa asked all the guys to come up ...
... my final destination in concordance with my study abroad program. I am excited to go to the beach city and see what all awaits me there, but I will miss my Spanish New York, maybe not the weather, but my little slice of modernized Europe. Madrid would be placed as a must-see in my tourist guidebook, if I were to ever write one, but who knows, maybe Valencia will have much more to offer me. Only time will tell at this point, and I have plenty of it left. So I bid ado to you ...
... girls to do their own thing, and we went off in search of the house of the Spanish playwright, Lope de Vega (a contemporary of Cervantes). Our interest was based on a couple of his plays we had seen in Bath last year - one hilarious and the other a tragedy, but both very enjoyable (they were in English, by the way!) Our trusty guidebook alerted us to the fact that the house was only open to visitors on guided tours, and that you needed to book ahead. I tried the ...