Senator Gran Via 21 Hotel
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4/6/14. MADRID. June 2014. Wednesday. met up with Megan and Trevor for a farewell coffee, left the hotel by 12. The taxi shares an express lane with the busses so it only took 10 minutes and 8 Euros. 3 days of R&R at a leisurely pace to explore fabulous Madrid and stay in Senator Gran Via 21 hotel in the very heart of the city a few minutes …
... 8 lbs has been distributed between our two packs. I think Peter has the heavier items. It has been a long couple of days. We flew from Daytona to Atlanta, then Madrid and finally Vigo! It was fun being on the same plane with my Zumba buddy, Barb Davis! In Madrid we had a 6 hour layover. Barb's sister Maggie picked us up at the airport and brought us into the heart of Madrid. Maggie is a delight! We tried to get inside the newly renovated and majestic old Post Office ...
... we still ended up paying a pretty penny to protect our freckly skin. We joined a hop on/hop off tour bus that included an audio guide in more than 10 languages. Between the stop and go of the bus and the instrumental music the audio guide played in between descriptions, I was probably nodding off more than I was seeing the sights. The lack of sleep on the flight definitely was hitting me and Dan captured several moments of slumber atop the bus (mom definitely had ...
... there. Many of the palms are “christened” by famous people and have plaques placed on their trunks; there are kings and queens around the world who have christened palms in this small garden. The garden is so renowned that every Palm Sunday, when the Pope delivers the mass that day, he holds a palm leaf that has been sent from Elche. The town is also famous for making shoes, and you may be shocked to read this, but I did actually go into a shop and buy a pair. But this was ...
... feet about the whole thing. This would be for our last two nights. Yay!
Thankfully there was a parking place outside, so we stopped and went in to check in and drop the bags. Clean, welcoming, with an area in the foyer with seating and free coffee, tea and biscuits on constant tap ... the place is just what it says. Chic, and basic. The room is not large, but not tiny. Plenty of sockets, bright, shower, loo... toiletries (the soap is ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSenator Gran Via 21 Hotel Madrid
Chose this hotel because of great reviews and was not disappointed. Absolutely central to everything. Tapas bars, macdonalds and metro right on the doorstep and taxis a sitting on the curb. Double glazed windows, a bit of traffic noise but not a problem. Would certainly like to
stay here again next time we come to Madrid.
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