Tryp Madrid Menfis Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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As only our luck would have it, we've encountered an unexpected and financially unwelcome delay... French air traffic control decided to stage a strike this morning (merci), which resulted in tedious delays to any and all flights hoping to hop across French airspace on route to far more exciting climes. We unfortunately discover our fate when …
... impressionist painters, and I was able to take pictures of many of them. After our ride back to the hotel, I rested a bit before our 6pm bus for our welcome dinner with all the wine and soft drinks we were able to consume. I had three glasses of red wine that was pretty good. The restaurant, Galopin was quite good. I had the seafood soup and the white fish cooked in butter and olive oil. For dessert, ...
... the street from where I live! It's your typical Hard Rock, where there are many clothing items and instruments from famous artists. Some of my favorites at the Hard Rock Madrid include the drum head of Stuart Copeland from the Police, a love letter written by Slash to Michelle Young (the girl behind "My Michelle") and a guitar used by the late Ritchie Valens.
And this week I FINALLY went to a Corte Ingles, a very well-known chain store here that sells pretty ...
... grass and next thing, we had a restaurant on a lawn in front of our hotel. However, it did not belong to our hotel. Waiters scuttle happily across the road from restaurant to open-air tables. We've experienced this in more than one city. I noticed this in Barcelona as well: not a sign of a restaurant – heavy roll-down doors cover the exterior, and then suddenly, everything opens up, tables and chairs are carried out on to sidewalks and voila! restaurant ...
... but all of them have given us a real flavour of our destination city (something you don't always get in the sanitised environment of a hotel).
Our current home from home is definitely NOT sanitised. We are located on the 4th floor of a block right on the Puerta del Sol, which is Madrid's equivalent of Trafalgar Square and Leicester Square rolled into one. The main entrance to the block doubles as the way in to a gambling emporium of some description (!), ...