Palacio Miraflores Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Palacio Miraflores Hotel Miraflores de la Sierra
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... br> would answer, there was 2 5’s one for izquierda and one for derecha- right and
left… I took a gamble. Luckily 5d was the right one as when the frantic Spanish
lady I talked to on the phone came on after I buzzed- letting me in. I was
happy to see a small little elevator which had a weight limit of 4 people-
although I feel like my suitcase could have been heavy enough for all 4. Maria
Antonia- my home stay host greeted me ...
... We went to two bars, one was a brightly lit chit chatty place with very very good Sangria and olives. The other was a more dark, movie themed bar where we got a few more drinks.
Then we headed to the almighty Kapital Club with 7 stories each of which has different themes from hiphop to latino to karoke. We arrived around 2am and managed to do it the madrid way and stay there till 6. Time went surprisingly fast and I ...
... I felt the tour wasn't very worthwhile so headed to the hostel to make lunch and attempt to pack my bag before my tour to Toledo.
I caught the metro to the tour meeting place and after the tour I got the metro back. I ate my leftover dinner from the night before and packed my bags for an earlyish night. I had to get a shuttle to the airport at 4:20am in time for my 7am flight to Athens via London.
... unsure whether or not this is coming off as rude. We also learned that it is disrespectful to be barefoot in a Spaniard's house, so we have to always make sure to be wearing socks or shoes. The language can also create problems. We'll discuss how dinner went, and Loren and I will both think that Antonio or Juany said something a little bit different than the other thinks.
We also had our first experience of true culture shock. When moving our suitcases into Juany's, ...
We are back in Madrid again, no drama so far except a 1 hour delay in Salvador before we departed.
One interesting parting observation we have made about Salvador; one of the largest cities in Brazil, the 4th largest economy in the world. Salvador has a significant African population with up to 80% of people acknowledged as having African descent. You hardly see any of them at the airport.
Before we left the city we made a quick stop at a fishermen'sī village to ...