Suites Kris Aeropuerto
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... and churches that were on the "to do" list. We took a day trip out to Toledo on the train and wandered through the old walled town on what was a very hot day. Toledo is really pretty and very interesting, lots of history and swords! Every shop seemed to have swords for sale! We visited a museum in the old synagogue to view the intricately carved walls and learn more of the Spanish Inquisition and it's aftermath. We can highly recommend Madrid and Toledo to you ...
... rainy and cold. Why anyone would choose to live there when there are do many nicer places driving distance away befuddles me. Also, it's bloody expensive!
It amazes me that you can drive for only a few hours and be in another country. Boarder crossings are too easy. Never even had to show a passport and therefore no stamps either. Miffed. Anyway, cross a boarder and the language changes, the road rules change, ...
... by some fountains and arches. Then through the Park of the Retired.
We we went to the Sofia Regina museum and saw some Dali and Picasso art.
Finally we had lunch and a nap.
Now we are going back out to the Plaza Mejor.
Got woken up at 12pm to go to Euesebo's restaurant in Madrid. We met Diana, their two brothers (who I didn't know even existed which is surprising considering how much they love family here), their wives and a one year old daughter Sasikha (who has such a thick mono brow that I thought it was Sharpie to begin with, but was gorgeous regardless). Stupidly, I was surprised when I saw the brothers were older than Amparo but ...
... to know. When you say you are full, you will immediately be offered something different – the assumption being that you have had enough of the thing you were eating but are capable of eating something more. When you say “No thanks, I really am full”, you will then be offered something further. I think the assumption is that you are probably being British and polite and that actually do want to eat more but don’t like to say so. When you say again “No ...