Tryp Madrid Menfis Hotel
- Room service
- 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 …
... photography is permitted. Although I take your point that staff attempting to monitor flash vs. non-flash among hundreds of roaming visitors would be a challenge, so they simply ban it all.
And another piece of life experience to a correspondent I'm encouraging to take more photographs to accompany her excellent writing on her extensive travels:
Remember, most folks love to have their picture taken. And even when they don't "a ...
... a miss!)
Beverage du jour: the cappuccinos at the Prado café.
Factoid du jour: The Prado’s collection currently comprises around 7,600 paintings, 1,000 sculptures, 4,800 prints and 8,200 drawings
Because it was such a slow news day, there is time and space for Hilary’s thoughts on Paris (a few days late, my bad…)
First impression has to be bumper to bumper traffic; no lanes in ...
... in. We also had to drop the car off at the airport. Our flight left Valencia at 7am. We had to be at the airport at 5am, which I didn't like at all, and instead of taxing it we walked across from our hotel to the airport. I managed to talk Sim out of doing a run across 6 lanes of traffic and instead we only walked across an exit lane and along the walkway. Much safer I thought, more boring Sim thought! Our next adventures take us to Paris for the French Open so keep an eye out for us!! ...
... room was stunning.
Spent the first afternoon trying to sort Pauls computer. Eventually, when we had exhausted all reasonable options, and were getting to the desperate stage, Paul hit the right keys in the right sequence and, voila, the internet reconnected. Great relief.
Madrid centre is full of palaces, royal buildings and churches, with stately homes and ornate buildings everywhere else. The city tour was invaluable in helping get a sense of the ...