Sercotel Suites Viena
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Well, we made it to Madrid! We tried our best to beat the jet lag by staying up until a reasonable bedtime hour, but failed miserably and ended up sleeping for about 14 hours straight. So our first couple of days were incredibly uneventful. We had a very soft landing and stayed at a nice little hotel for our first two nights. We had a little dinner …
I have had a fantastic time in Spain. It is a beautiful country with beautiful people and a fashionable, fun, open, textured culture. I look forward to returning to experience more of it, both in Barcelona and Madrid and other cities as well.
Some common threads I've noticed - food and drink is popular, as is shopping. English is very …
I was awoken by jackhammering across the street. One thing I've noticed is that there is constant construction in both Barcelona and Madrid - all over there are construction projects. Many of them are part of the government's Plan E initiative (which I have to say puts the US government to shame - why can't we execute on infrastructure projects in …
I woke up in desperate need of coffee and found a Starbucks on the corner (shoot me for visiting an American establishment in Spain..) where I had a cafe con leche and a bagel with locks an cream cheese (oh the comforts of home!).
I realized that I forgot the huge bottle of water I bought yesterday back at the hotel, so I ran back, grabbed …
I woke up very early to checkout of the hotel and walk to Passeig de Gracía to catch the Cercanías train. Unfortunately its a bit of a guessing game trying to find the Passeig de Gracía station entrance that actually is the Cercanías station - the Metro and Cercanías ticketing and gate areas are not connected as they are in other stations. I …
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