Novotel Madrid Campo De Las Naciones
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Today we moved to our new accommodation and it has a POOL. Very welcomed as the days are so warm now well into the evening. I can understand why the Spanish stay inside during the day and don't go out until the evening to socialize. Quite a lovely sight though watching them play cards and kids kick a ball. Our new accommodation is further away from …
- Checked out a few sights like another cathedral and other buildings. Got some cool panoramas - Watched the sunset go down over the cathedral - Chilled at hostel then went for a midnight feed at McDonald's... - Caught up with Ada for a bit and then went back to ...
... knew it would make her happy. We put together some songs that described our semester here and we came up with a dance. A few days before the ceremony we found out that she had stretched the truth a little bit. It turns out, only 2 other acts were performing, and both of them were pretty serious. There was a violinist and a girl singing a spanish opera song. Our dance was far from spanish, and far from serious. We were nervous we were going to stick out ...
... other lesser dishes that we ate nonetheless.
The Christmas dinner was tended to after Christmas mass at one of Spain's only Roman Catholic churches. It being my first experience preparing every dish we made, nothing was absolutely perfect, but it was all pretty good, and I now know how to perfect them. The menu included:
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center