Travelodge Las Rozas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Army and Establishment going through their paces was oddly comforting. Even the Life Guards horses pooed in a dignified and discrete manner. But also slightly sad, given the inevitability of our going down the Republican path soon after the demise of the current Monarch. It will truly be, the end of an era. Having been bitten by a swan, and taking a brief respite on a park bench, I managed to get locked into the tractor beam of an elderly man who wanted desperately to communicate ...
... don't grow on trees) anyway that statue is the official symbol of Madrid, and is Kilometre zero (the place where all Spanish road measurements begin, which is special eh). But my real favourite was running into an old friend from my schooldays. I came so close to missing him by walking away from the fountain at the Plaza de Espana. It really made my day when I decided to follow a busload of Japanese tourists who ...
... s most famous violins. Apparently no insurance company wished to cover these violins since they are worth millions of euros.
Yesterday we went to a nice tapas place one again and headed over to Dubliners for a few drinks. It was like we traveled between two different countries because the atmosphere was so different. Caramel Vodka was delicious. Buenísimo!
... to my reaching Tarifa the following year, I went to see a gypsy woman who I old my dream about a little girl playing with my sheep in the dream and then transporting me to the Egyptian Pyramids telling me my treasure was there.The gypsy woman then asked me to swear that I'd give her one-tenth of my treasure and I did and she told me to go to the pyramids that my treasure awaits me there. ...
... than I can). The room (in the summer cost over 100 euro) was 25 euro a night in the time we came and was only 8 euro a night more than the other shared accommodations; we more than compensated for the money difference by cooking all of our meals in the kitchen in our room that the other rooms did not have. Once we were all settled it was 3:30 pm so we had a quick meal then hiked up to the Acropolis (the Parthenon was closed by that time but you could get ...