Pullman Madrid Airport & Feria
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... traveling to. When I told them I was on my way to study abroad in Madrid, I found out they lived in Salamanca (about an hour from Madrid) and they were on the same flight as I was! They continued to talk to me in Spanish as the security checkpoint line continued. It was so perfect to be able to practice with them before I even got into the city.
After I finished at security, I turned to one of the ladies from the family I was talking to and she told ...
... and the Locker Rooms.... it was definitely a lot cooler than I thought it would be! I think both the girls are Real Madrid fans now! Of course, they dump you into the fan shop at the end, so we loaded up on Real Madrid merchandise!
The next stop was the Telererico for a nice overview of the city. Although, it was a bit of a hike through Casa de Campo park. Our taxi driver pointed this park out to us and mentioned that it was like NYC's Central ...
... any that were as good as the remote control caravan we saw in Segovia. This German couple unhooked it from the car and then had a hand held control that they used to reverse it in to there spot. We thought of a few people that would have found it entertaining/ would love one themselves. We stayed in Seville for 3 nights so had 2 full days to explore. The first day we made our way into the city and did the free walking tour they have. We saw the half mosque half cathedral ...
We've now spent 4 days in Madrid including a day trip to Toledo. More about Toledo in another post as this one is all about Madrid. We initially had only 2 days planned for Madrid. We had heard a lot about Barcelona but not much about Madrid. Wherever we did hear wasn't too inspiring. So we enter the city with a bit of skepticism.
What we found was a very cosmopolitan city with huge parks and plazas and with museums ...
... god that looks too old for the rest of the car, it just doesn't work' and then I see this..!
Before we had even moved we had stalled three times, Nat was 'flipping' as she says and couldn't work out why... I knew straight away that she hadn't moved the handbrake so I subtly did it while she was looking the other way, not wanting to burst her happy bubble. We 'rabbit-hopped' (or whatever mum says) the whole 11km ...