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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... the second course was a stuffed pasta with a creamy truffle sauce. Amy is a huge foodie and an aspiring food blogger, so during lunch she took us on a verbal culinary tour of the city. Afterwards, we walked off our meal in the beautiful tree-lined shopping district of Salamanca, where we enjoyed some excellent people watching and of course, more Spanish vino. We made it to bed by 9pm and successfully destroyed our jet lag. Madrid in general is a very livable ...
... northwest into the area of Castille and Leon. We are going to Avila first, at 110k distance the furthest venue.
The weather was a bit of everything. It was nice enough in Madrid but soon turned to a bit of drizzle. Eventually there was a very low-arching rainbow, a harbinger I had hoped of decent weather. Our journey, however, took us over the Guadarrama Mountains, some peaks which still had pockets of snow. While the morning was cool to quite cool, at least ...
... long, we thought we needed beers, and for it to be a little warmer! We continued our walk around the park, and then back to the hostel via C de Atocha. At the hostel we part ways temporarily, with plans to meet on the roof at 6:30 for a drink and then go out for dinner.
On the roof with a glass of red wine I found Lisa and Audrey, we were then joined by Kate and Ariane from Switzerland. On recommendation from one of the hostel people we went ...
... works in the streets,
crying, kissing eachother it was truly a celebration and I felt so fortunate to
be apart of the magic. We made our way to the Plaza and got ourselves the
perfect spot right infront of the DJ stage which was playing all the game
highlights. It was a dance party in the streets for a solid 2 hours and the
happiness I felt was indescribable. The chances of us being in Madrid for a
game between two Madrid teams, and Real winning their ...
... harder ! With a Spanish Siesta bed time curfew set for 9pm! We feel this will provide our plethora of subscribes mainly Mum with a greater variety of images to view and comment on. Olllll boy Madrid provided poor Tommy with a steep European learning curve of , sometimes your really rad jacket you got from an op shop isnt the best thing to wear in the pouring rain before you get to check in at 12. But not to worry we recovered swimmingly and marched ...