Petit Palace Madrid Aeropuerto Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... though I usually chose a more complicated dessert for one of the meals because they were fairly irresistible, often involving ice cream or chocolate.
The region around Barco de Avila is known for some of its produce, including legumes. Some of the Spaniards picked up bags of it to take home with them. Others bought a type of chocolate that is usually a special treat for them at Christmas.
... car up was Segovia ( we heard there was a pretty good aqueduct to see). So we drove for about 2 hours out to Segovia. The drive was quite nice we went up over some of the mountains along a windy main road that "would have been good to fly down on a bike". We stayed in Segovia for 2 nights at a campsite just outside the city. We were roughing it now for the next 12 days! We had a 3 man tent ( a new one seeing as Sons one was prob not going to cut it) our cheap sleeping ...
So New Years day... 2014... obviously hungover from the night before and who should be moving around like it is the middle of the day but Bex. She had decided that 8am was the right time to go to the police station to report her stolen phone.
So first she wakes Kristy up saying that she is going to book flights home that day and can Kristy help her and go to ...
... Mercedes dealer. I keep forgetting to mention cars in this but always mean too.
It messes with my head seeing a Vectra with the Opal logo, not Holden! It just doesn't look right.
And driving on the 'wrong' side of the road isn't a problem, especially since I sit on the same side (going from driving to being a passenger) but I just can't comprehend overtaking on the wrong side!
Also, there are hardly any 'cheap' brand cars but I don't know whether ...
... and I received a text from the dive company wanting to pick me up tomorrow ! I was a little freaked out and sent back a text explaining I wouldn't even be in town for three days. They texted back and we straitened everything out. But heart was really going for a minute. Madrid makes a little more sense now that I'm leaving. I still feel the city is too big and doesn't have the laid back atmosphere of Barcelona. I went out to eat at an Italian place ...