Pullman Madrid Airport & Feria
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... been sold out the night before and our rooms weren't ready. Filipa gave us a trip briefing and information. She knew everyone's names as they got off of the bus and had already called us at home before we left on the trip.
We all left on a city walk individually to kill time until our rooms were ready. We walked to the Palace, Plaza Santo Domingo and ...
... know you are in Europe is the amount of smokers. It was a habit hard to enjoy in the cold conditions.
Meandered past the Teatro Real en route to the Cathedral of Santa Maria la Real de la Almudena [1E] houses the image of the city's patron saint. Her history dates to 1085 when King Alfonso VI found an image of the Virgin inside the city wall. He named the image Almudena, from the Arabic word almudaina which means city wall. The cathedral has ...
... to Reina Sofia gallery where we saw art work by Picasso including Guernica which was just amazing. It showed the bombing by Nazi & Italians of Guernica at the behest of Franco during the Spanish civil war. It was painted on Paris & raised a lot of attention to the war & Picasso didn't want it to come to Spain until Franco was gone so it came back in 1981. There were also paintings Salvadore Dali. We then had lunch & walked back the hotel where we have been ...
... to check out as we were staying in a private room that night and the hostel required us to check out then back in. We had some time so went to get some grub from the bistro on the corner until our guide rocks up and it is the bartender from the previous night in the bar. The most energetic person I had ever met and it made me sick. Literally.
I hurled my stomach contents into the toilets of the U hostel. First vomit in Europe and it was only just the beginning. Any sort of ...
God, my feet are sore.
Because the day started cold and wet, I thought I might have an easy day of it. At 10.30 am I thought I'd take the umbrella and walk around the block to get a feeling for the district and get my bearings. It was really cold to start with, probably 10o-12o compared to the mid 20's that I have been used to in Valencia. However by the time I got back an hour later the sun had come out and the ...