Hotel Puerta de Toledo
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- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Babysitting service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Puerta de Toledo Madrid
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... this would be a major attraction, but in
Madrid it’s so overshadowed by the others that it gets almost ignored. The
academy has been a center for up-and-coming artists since the 18th
century and houses a significant collection of artworks overwhelmingly by
Spanish artists affiliated with it on through the 20th century. I
actually really like going to a city or country ...
... 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 ...
... stop by unusual sights and stores. Waiting for hours on end would give me time to think, to organize my thoughts and experiences, and also write, like I am doing right now. Not deciding on entering a certain museum or famous building and instead deciding to just sit in a plaza or park and soaking up the atmosphere of the city was also undeniably an amazing way to travel.
At the same time however I also spent an incredible amount of money for culture and ...
... twice before trusting us again… Oops J We made a new Spanish friend
in our yoga class- Blaca. We talked in Spanish with her for a solid 20 minuets
and have organized to go to another class with her next week. Me and Tamar were
both so excited to make a Spanish friend who we could practice our Spanish with,
it was exactly what we needed. On the way home it started pouring rain again
and we made a run for it, still getting soaking wet. When we got home ...
We finished the day with a trip to Nat's gym (just to look; it's still being built). Downstairs was a million tennis courts open and the gym was upstairs overlooking them. I'm only writing this because it appears that furniture is global. They had the exact same desks as mum's new ones and identical white barstools to our kitchen (complete with the dicky white bit at the ...