Senator Gran Via 70 Spa Hotel
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... bit uncomfortable. It was quite hot outside, but cool bottles of water got us through. Final leg of our journey, we finally arrived in Madrid at 6.15pm. Beautiful 5 star hotel - soft fluffy pillows and beds, marble bathrooms and large rooms! Great end to a long day. We had our final celebration dinner tonight with the group at Cafe Elespejo Restaurante. Wonderful meal of mixed seafood spoons, ...
... with that turned out to be that the Atocha Station is spread out over a couple of blocks. I still needed to figure out the correct place to wait for my bus. I asked a bank security guard, but he didn't know English. However, I was able to speak enough Spanish for him to understand me and he got me pointed in the right direction. It turns out I picked the right station to go to because I found out later that where I had gotten off before wasn't on the return route to the ...
... Irish pub, a too-crowded Rock n' Roll bar, and we finally ended at BarCo again. It was crowded this time, and didn't have any live music, but the music they did play was pretty fantastic-- a mix of folk and hip hop is probably the best way I can describe it. We even went into the basement and had the entire dance floor to ourselves for a good half hour.
Got home, once more, at about 6am. I'm starting to notice a ...
... Jnr is out and Amparo Snr is coming with us and at least one of them has to be at the restaurant. So tomorrow is Madrid and hopefully Segovia another day; but I'm not holding my breath.
I had two milestones today with my Spanish! First, I knew a word in Spanish that Nat didn't know in English. I was trying to explain that I needed to print something but she didn't understand so I started making printer noises and then thought 'no, idiot, you ...
Trained in to the city, bought a hop-on, hop-off bus ticket and saw the sights! Museo del Prado was a must to view the artworks. It's one of the world's 10 best museums, we read. I'm now reaching culture overdose, no more. Also saw an Egyptian temple - see pic. Was more than a little dismayed at the rubbish in the city streets. Everywhere we went the bins had not been emptied and heaps of rubbish were stacked around. It was a distraction from an otherwise beautiful, typical European ...