Mercure Madrid Plaza de Espana
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... the evening. We are meeting friends from the Coast, Asher and Donelle (currently living in London), then later catching up with some Busabout buddies. It was then time for our siesta and a chance to escape the heat and numerous short short wearing, muscle clad, tanned up 'Village People' lookalikes. We met Asher and Donelle and headed to a Cerveceria, where we had quickly observed that the Beers and Sangria were €1 (stoked). We sat outside in the Main Street and ...
So in Madrid last night saw the night version of Madrid. Today I did the day and what a day. Started with a great breakfast in front of the Opera house were my hostel is. Than I did a segway tour of Madrid ( FYI that is an amazing way to tour the city). Having never been on a segway as well as Ashley my counterpart on the tour who is from South Africa ( and as potentially sold me even more on doing phd there). We learned from Nico our tour guide ( who is ...
... was the big dance floor and every 5-10 minutes a huge, cold blast of air would light up the middle of the floor. Everyone looked forward to the big blast of air. And when it went off you couldn't see anything. That place was awesome, we left around 5 o'clock in the morning. We had to check out of the hostel at 11 so we went to the park to finish sleeping. We walked around a lot on the last day and went to another market and did other shopping stuff. I still haven't bought ...
... Madrid from up high. After this I said good bye to Georgie and went to my hotel to rest a bit and wait for the Riveras, Meli and Miguel Angel, our friends and former landlords, from when we lived in Madrid in 1973. We hade tapas at a very popular bar across the street from my hotel in Calle Velazques barrio de Salamanca, a very enjoyable evening full of memories, catching up about our families, pictures of the grand ...
Our friends Larry and Kay have already been in Madrid for several days before we arrived. After a stressful drive into the heart of town following our GPS, we finally arrive at the street our hotel is on, which of course if a pedestrian-only street. We make our way carefully in the car through the throngs of people and park in front of the Best Western Charles V hotel, with blinkers flashing and receiving strange looks. After registering and ...
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