Tryp Madrid Alameda Aeropuerto
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A comfortable hotel for the night before an early flight. The 24-hour shuttle service is convenient (though popular). The rooms are relatively spacious and clean. Service is good. I would opt for this hotel over others I have stayed at near the Madrid airport.
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Brekkies at the hotel was fine – good because I hadn't eaten yesterday, so I indulged in two eggs (included) and Spanish omelet. Plus, I had a view of the cathedral.
After brekkies, I bundled up (still cold!) and walked the 10-15 minutes to town – very easy walk from the Parador, just down the hill on a walking path, then …
... Pio, one of the two biggest train stations, which also has a mall inside. I then took them for their first ever tapas and sangria, and showed them our river, which is pretty pitiful compared to the Thames, the Seine, the Duoro, and the Tiber, which I've been fortunate enough to see during my time abroad. The one thing that would make Madrid the perfect place to live would be some sort of awesome body of water. It's definitely enhance the already ...
... to change partners. So then I had to get used to a new accent and personality all over -- it was a glimpse of how the rest of the week would go.
My next seatmate, Pilar, was tall, stylish, and had a sophisticated air about her. Her sentences came a little easier, but I still had to listen carefully. She, too, had business situations that required English with international colleagues. Again, ...
... took it back. It was about 150km drive from Malaga. It wasn't on the coast either but was still a very gorgeous city. We spent 3 nights in Granada mainly because the camp site was able to get us tickets to the Alhambra ( the Muslim fort/castle/palaces). Everywhere we had looked online had said it was sold out so we were pretty lucky. Our first afternoon was just a bit of a lazy afternoon seeing as we had been on the go for a bit! Our first full day we spent doing the free ...
... stupid. First of all the elevator has a door which you have to physically push and pull open. Oh the elevator also opens on both sides. I was so lost inside the elevator. Also the first floor and ground floor is different. In addition when using the metro the door doesn't open automatically. The users need to press a green door on the button for it to open. When I arrived at my stop nobody else was getting off and ...