Tryp Madrid Alameda Aeropuerto
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTryp Madrid Alameda Aeropuerto
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 …
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... just so happens that the checkin desks are also approximately 150 m from the washrooms.
SPENDING THE NIGHT IN THE AIRPORT WITH ALL YOUR POSSESSIONS = NO SLEEP
- So I say this because when spending the night in the airport you aren't able to check in your bags earlier therefor they must be kept with you. Since the areas of the airport before security are obviously open to anyone, you never feel safe sleeping unless you're lucky enough to find a quiet well ...
... towards the Plaza Mayor. The streets were lovely and filled with tapas bars brimming with locals - obviously a place we need to return to. Thus is where we dost depart company (anyone getting the Shakespeare reference?). Sue went off to enjoy the Temple of De Bod, a temple gifted to Spain by the Egyptian government and Jeff went off to find sustenance and wine - anyone noticing the division of labour? Another perfect night in Spain ending with a glass of ...
I enjoyed a good nights sleep ready to hit the road quite early for a trip to Toledo. Toledo is an old,walled, medieval city perched high on rock and is well worth a visit. We had elected to go there on an organised half day tour which I think was a good idea for a couple of reasons. Firstly, the bus drove us up the steep hill, and secondly,the city itself is like a ...