Miguel Angel Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... were expanses of grassy lawns, others rocky paths, and in the centre was a large lake full of people rowing little boats around. The park also offered cafes, kiosks, portrait painters, and people selling souvenirs and jewellery. It was a very pleasant park to stroll through. We even saw a few people roller blading and roller skating. Apparently this isn't as dorky in Spain as it is in Australia?
Went shopping in the old city centre and had a nice coffee at a cafe overlooking the Gran Via (their main drag - bit like Piccadilly Circus or Times Square) from the top floor, spectacular view of the city. Came back to our favourite Plaza de Santa Ana for a nice tapas lunch at a different tapas bar/ restaurant. At this plaza there are no crowds, Christmas markets or tourists ...
... dinner, we went in search of a nearby restaurant serving it. We quickly found one and went inside. Location was a block from the main train station, and the museums. This equaled tourist spot. No prices were listed, and the servers spoke perfect English. (All warning signs hahah). After being 'forced' into a 'special', we were given our total. 20€ for a smallish plate of paella (from frozen...) with a drink ...
... the people I got warm again. The two ladies next to me had fur coats and strawberry painted nails. Too funny. Plane left late but I was very thankful I got there at all as many Iberia flights were cancelled. Customs in Madrid was easy peesy. Walk up, stamp, walk away.
Caught a cab to the hotel and mumbled my way to Meghan, whom I hugged and dragged off to find food. We rambled around trying to find a place to eat until I made ...
... up basic flight webpages. The airport main lobby had archaic computer kiosks that you had to deposit Euros into to use the internet. This internet service was not much better, so after frustrating attempt after attempt between trying to find a new flight ourselves online, calling the flight carrier directly, and trying to charm/cry our way with the ticket counter staff we realized we needed to ...