Pullman Madrid Airport & Feria
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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6/11/2014 Thursday We had a fascinating trip through the mountains today. We passed acres. & acres of olive trees planted, even on the sides of mountains where it would be so hard to access. There were amazing rock outcrops and tunnels to take the road straight through the mountains. I was tired but couldn't stop looking out the window. The eyes did eventually close though & we both had a bit of a nap. We then passed through Don Quixote country & saw the wind mills ...
... they are on holidays for the month of August, probably in Ibeza. We found the palace and the cathedral, very spectacular! Wandered a garden with statues of all the kings of Madrid and wandered back to the mercado for lunch - excellent idea! After lunch we went back to the hotel to get ready for our guided tour pick-up. Miguel was great and drove us all over Madrid, stopping at ...
... decided that maybe it was a good idea I go to another house. I talked to my roommate, and we saw the other option. This lady seemed nice, looked young although she was in her 50's, so kudos to her, and seems great. She has a nice apartment and also has a pool!!! So we emailed the housing lady later that day, to tell her that we would like to move. I feel bad, but I think it is best for me and for my happiness and experience. We will see what happens tomorrow when my host mom finds ...
... the overstaffed counter space, service - at least for the croissants - is slow. It arrives fresh - just in time for the last few sips of coffee.
From La Mallorquina we take a leisurely stroll along Calle Arenal passing the Teatro Real and walking through the Plaza Oriente to reach the Palacio Real. Last year Gracie and I saw Israel Galvin in Lo Real at the Teatro Real.
Unfortunately our plans ...
... being extremely dry it was nice. But I was full. I felt terrible as it was Nando's birthday but the conversation for the most part centred around me, my life, what I eat here and in Australia, my religion, family and school.
Dessert was an impressive sponge cake with caramelised fruit on top which no one ate. All the staff came in to sing happy birthday as I awkwardly sat and smiled. I got Diana to teach me 'happy birthday' when we were ...