Novotel Madrid Puente de la Paz
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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Este mañana, Machell, Kenia, Amber y yo fuimos al Parque Juan Carlos I, cerca del aeropuerto. Nosotras íbamos a montar las bicicletas allí, pero no sabíamos que es necesitábamos nuestras pasaportes. Por lo tanto, no pudimos montar las bicicletas. Así que en lugar, paseamos en el parque. Había algunas esculturas interesantes en el parque. Sin embargo, hizo muchísimo calor y no había muchos árboles que ofrecieron la sombre, por lo tanto fuimos a ...
... one could spend hours in it. Finally we visited the famous train station of Atoca. Inside this train station there is an inside garden with many trees and a turtle paradise where there are hundreds of turtles that people can view in a pond inside the station. The station itself is half old and half new.
Overall, I loved exploring Madrid and found the activities, buildings, and culture there to be something I will never forget and an amazing experience to have. ...
Train arrived in Madrid 3pmSantiago to Madrid We caught the fast train from Santiago de Compestela to Madrid after saying goodbye to Elizabeth & Paul. We arrived at 3.30pm & our hotel was easy to find next door to train station. Dropped our bags & headed out. ...
... old post office now...lots of other stuff building, we had Sheridan's last lunch. It was a gorgeous location overlooking the city with fantastic food, especially the bread (haha). Our long and leisurely lunch lasted well over two hours and then we walked back and Sheridan headed to the airport.
We spent ...
... it. We walked 45 minutes to our apartment in Lavapies a "lively muti-cultural neighbourhood" and met Miguel, who showed us in and left. We briefly settled and headed out down to the plaza around Eatro Valle-Inclan.
At 6 pm on Sunday night there were lots of people out and walking, sitting and talking, just standing, the works. Africa, Asia, South America and Spanish was all there. We went to the local supermarket and bought fruit, veg, cheese and breakfast. ...