Petit Palace Madrid Aeropuerto Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... br> A week earlier when I visited another artisan&flea market solo, I had taken way more notice of what was actually going on around me, what was for sale, what kind of people were attending. Being solo definitely has big advantages, you're much more aware of your surroundings.
Monday 21 September - Thursday 24 September
During these multiple days in Madrid I walked around and explored districts Malasaņa ...
- an old woman dumping her garbage out in the gutter
- our taxi to the airport driving the wrong side the road, as oncoming traffic also crossed into its wrong side of the road to avoid us
- an intentional trash fire; we saw many of these during the trip, but didn't quite get it: people sweep up the street garbage in their section of the sidewalk and burn it every morning.
... business you can find all kinds of other things made out of cork. The most popular items were definitely the cork hats (80% of the men on the trip bought one it seemed like) but we saw all sorts of household items and even a wedding dress! Too bad Bree already had hers picked out!
That night we stayed in a very neat hotel that used to be an old monastery! They of course had added on wings for the hotel rooms but all of the main areas like reception, the ...
... was skittish and wanted more on hand. I got my Metro ticket, less than 5 euros and I used my bank debit card in the Metro machine to get it. And it spit it back at me, the way it's supposed to. The train ride to the hotel was easy, easy, easy, and when I walked up out of the underground at the Metro stop, there was my hotel, right across the sidewalk.
Tomorrow I meet everyone at Eurobuilding 2, a super easy walk from my hotel, and we'll take ...
... who marked down the orders in chalk on the top of the bar. Liz had a Fino, and I had an Amintillado.....the quantities were exceptionally generous, for less than 2 Euros a glass! Plus free olives!
After this we met the girls nearby for dinner in a rather strange restaurant where the food was perfectly good, but the waitress very glum!
As Friday is our last day, Liz and I had a relatively early night, and the girls were back at the flat by 1am, which was also early for them!