Sheraton Madrid Mirasierra Hotel & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and not get on the flight. At that point I would have been stranded there for two days and having what I thought was a mental break down until a gentleman came up and patted me on the back in support to tell me, "Everything is going to be okay." It wasn’t and the gentleman, be an airline employee, knew my situation and knew I was not going to make it to Madrid. So the next thing he did was recommend I change my plans from Madrid ...
... her (he claims he was attempting to catch her) also folded his tire into a banana. The next half an hour was spent pulling thorns from Annie's arms and hands as well as administering first aid to her road rash (she's ok, mom - just a bit battered). The bike guides did an incredible job of straightening the bent tires and getting us back on the road. Annie was a model of tenacity and all was well until the ...
... the second class is in the same classroom as the first on Mondays only. Every Wednesday we have to make our way through the city to various art museums. Because I was so convinced it was a Monday I didn't even realize that I needed to be getting my jacket on and head out to the Reina Sofia Museum! It was pretty embarrassing.
Speaking of jackets, it's finally hitting fall season here. Mid 50's for the most part. This has meant sometimes needing to bundle up quite a bit ...
... a free breakfast and sat back enjoying going at 300 kph through the arid countryside.
Arrived at the oscar room mate hotel by taxi from atocha station, scene of the terrorist bombing. Beautiful room but highly impractical - talk about form over function! Obviously designed by a mobro. Some evidence of this:
1. The tassels hanging around the bed head
2. The big gap between the top of the bed and the bed head, making sitting ...
... at maps, ask strangers for advice, get lost a little, and have some question that just go unanswered. -I won't sleep in my own bed, I'll be in rented rooms, hostel bunks, friends' couches, tents, airplane and bus seats... -I will give up a lot of control over what I eat & when. I pay careful attention to this normally, but for the next few weeks I'll be eating whatever is available to me, attempting to avoid meat & unsafe water. -I won't follow a ...