- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... point I think, even though we’ve been here for just over a day. Soon enough, we were in the streets again, winding our way, with the locals, towards the Latina area. Everyone seems to be heading in the same direction and the street performers are appearing along the streets where they have not been previously. Something is happening…
The Latina market in Madrid is big. Not the largest by all accounts, but my word it is huge, and it has all ...
It's just so smooth. Sure, I soon recalled I'd purchased tix for the "Preferente" class, but I can't imagine they'd have been actually rocking and rolling back in the "Turista" class at the blunt and distant end of the train. We just raced along at a speed I was unable to fully gauge coz it felt so smooth. And regrettably, unlike the previous train we'd travelled in, there was no info board keeping tabs on the speed.
But I've read the AVE can get up to speeds of 300+ kms per ...
... it was a bus station. In the center of the city. From the looks of it, I was very much outside the city.
I looked over to the boy next to me and told him where I needed to be. He looked at me with a blank look on his face and then nervously giggled.
"Es muy lejos?"
I looked out the window and saw barren land - I felt like I was in an old western film.
"Where the **** am I?"
I hopped off ...
... and sleeping on her person's lap.
It was pretty darn easy to find our way to the train, out of the airport and through two train changes to our stop at Sol. Diane said this is the oldest and best subway system in the world. I was surprised at how clean the stations were. Our apartment is the largest we've had the entire trip. It's beautiful. Tammi got lost trying to find her bedroom.
We quickly headed out to wander the streets. ...
... had a walking tour as the bus couldn't navigate the narrow streets, so we stuck close to our guide who was also a good source of information. A few hours of mosques,synagogue and cathedrals..yes 3 religions are represented here..sometimes all under one roof!...a visit to a craft factory ( 1 more pair of earrings to add to my collection) and we were back on the bus for ...