Novotel Madrid Puente de la Paz
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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... where there was a free for all snatch and grab. And socks. The old wares and antiquities were in a little square under some trees and there were some good pieces to be found but some of the prices changed in transaction, so the pretty vintage domino pack stayed behind. There were carved figurines for wall dressings that looked as if they had been on a few homes or churches over the past few hundred years. Very interesting. There were more bits and bobs ...
... the outskirts of Sevilla when we started to hit the higher speeds.
And then almost as suddenly, the food service started! And what service the menu promised! A five course luncheon accompanied by a selection of drinks to suit any taste. Wow!
I remembered that I'd gone for the higher standard and checked and found the pricing details I'd saved from when I'd arranged the booking online. The special "book now" promo price for Preferente as opposed to Turista ...
... 12 in the afternoon, this is good. If I'm lost at any time, this is when it should be.
I started walking to the buses, passing by all the cabbies who were ready to take a poor lost soul to her hostel.
"Death before cabs." I whispered to myself as I trudged on. After my awful 70 euro cab experience in Geneva, I refuse to take cabs alone unless it's an absolute emergency.
I found a bunch of buses, asked around, and no one had any ...
.....and so another adventure commences! Catriona and I set of on the 2050 Emiirates flight bound for Dubai,a quick transit,then onwards to Madrid. A couple of firsts for me...first time on the 380 airbus and first trip to Spain. The airbus was pretty impressive,but, how does something that huge actually get off the ground...this thought was foremost in my mind as we ...
... most of Europe so far) is 2 kisses (one each cheek) with lots of kissy noise. I have now finally learnt they don't hug!! It's far too physical for them! Opposite of Australia!
* The reason there is a tradition of hanging hams in the store fronts to dry (rather than out the back) came from the time of the inquisition and the Jews used to hang them out the front as a show to prove they had converted to Catholic because they eat ham ...