Novotel Madrid Puente de la Paz
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... of the night someone started knocking on our room door. We were all in bed asleep, but it woke all of us. We thought we better answer because they were particularly persistant that they wanted in. We turned on the light and opened the door. When they saw me the person at the door very quickly apologised for having the wrong room and left. Turns out they were from the bucks party that was staying in our hostel, clearly who had been enjoying the night ...
... just based off my looks. Even when I keep answering in Spanish they will continue on with their English. Especially that Reina Sofia library guy. They might just be being polite but at times it was insulting. A lesson learned when it comes with dealing with foreigners in Korea. Just because I know English doesn’t mean that they would want to speak it. I will make sure to respond in the language they approach me as.
I’ve also learned to hold out a ...
... by Pedro Pablo Rubens
Vulcans Forge by Diego Velázquez
The Washing of the Feet by Tintoretto (view this painting by standing to the right of it starting with Christ and look left)
... I have with Spanish is 'my' is 'mi' and my absolute pet peeve is people saying "me house", "me car" etc and the Spanish 'I' is pronounced 'e' to make it worse. After all this time I'm still struggling to decide which is harder, having two English words for their one or one Spanish word for our two!
When I first came here Nat swore black and blue that she had absolutely no interest of ever going to Australia and the only place to learn ...
... store to have a look at the electronics. I had a quick look and was on my way out, but took one “down” escalator too many and ended up in the basement. They were closing the store at 22:00 and the red-jacketed security guard was trying to tell me they were closed but he didn’t speak a word of English. I tried Italian, but that didn’t work. Finally, a woman that was standing at a cash register said that she could speak a bit ...