Novotel Madrid Campo De Las Naciones
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... the church will be open tomorrow morning Alan suggested we go to the Retiro park (it was enormous) so I suggested we have a nice sit before beginning exploring the park - bliss. We both think Madrid is great with masses of open gardens and wide pathways. During our wandering at Retiro we found a building very like Crystal palace, amazing statues and buildings, water features and everywhere clean and tidy. One building ...
... and alters. It has some spectacular traditional stained glass windows but also some impressive modern ones. I particularly liked the coloured panels in the roof.
On the way back to our hostal for our siesta we dropped into a Farmecia to get an emery board. Anita had chipped a bit of a filling the day before and had sent a photo of her tooth and an email to our dentist in Adelaide, Will South, to ask his advice about seeing a dentist when we reach Provence and are ...
... most are only open for breakfast, and there was a huge line! The churros were delicious but so filling. We carried on rolling, I mean walking, and Christina showed me to the palace, which looked beautiful all lit up. Considering it was about 11.15 on a Saturday night, no one seemed drunk, in NZ, there would have been lots of drunks around. Christina and I parted ways at the Puerta Del Sol. I headed back to the hotel and almost straight to ...
Hoy fue el primer dia de clases. Sarah quiería asistir la clase de Flamenco, y por eso, salimos con Isabel de casa a las 9. Usamos el metro, que es muy simple, y llegamos al Instituto en como media hora. Yo no tuve que hacer nada por muchas horas, y fui a caminar por la ciudad. Caminé por Calle de la Castellana antes de ir a Vodafone para comprar un telefono celular que sirve en Madrid, y luego fui a una tienda grande ...
We jumped off "near" our area and navigated back by our newly acquired map. Anytime you draw a line through unknown territory and walk it there is a risk. We came closer to our neighbourhood into a bright canyon-like street that opened into a wider area. My eyes told me: no cars parked or other wise, no children playing, no walkers, men standing in doorways watching, stained footpaths and even though the area was wide, this ...