- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... next room, where another staffer may or may not notice me taking a photo. For those keeping score in the photograph saga, in maybe three or four rooms of the dozen in which I took photographs in the palace I heard "no photographs." And then again in the armory.
Anyway, because of my brazen disregard for law and order, you get to sample a small part of the palace's splendor. But, with emphasis, and as is fairly obvious from their quality, at ...
... rocking chairs in it) and the Palacio de Velazquez. The latter building had some amazing tile work, and housed an exhibition by Kerry James Marshall, an American painter who is “centered on African American life, culture and history”. Could never figure out the connection to Madrid . . . The pictures illustrate some of the activities going on in the park except one: We also saw a 60+ year old man sitting on a bench in nothing but a thong, but ...
... br> special night called ‘******* Monday’- it was insanity. We danced all night and
ended up drinking a little too much and dancing a little too late… I blame the
strobe light that we were all fascinated with and the amazing weekend we were
coming off, but it was a good night.
June 10, 2014- Day 25
Well I officially have 10 days
left of my adventure. I am so excited for the craziness that these next few
days have in store for me. ...
... just letting it all happen. On our last morning, whilst at breakfast in our eyrie, heard this roaring outside. One of the major routes through the city had been closed for a racing car to do laps!!! Lights, camera, action....... the works.
Leaving Madrid, TT was EXTREMELY slow to wake up and greet the day, so Margaret was navigating via a city map in what she hoped was the direction of Toledo. Fortunately she was right, so the stress levels were able to reduce quickly ...
... of two spots.
Having names on Coke cans is massive here, it only began a few weeks ago and is already just as big as it was in Australia! Won't find any 'Melissa's' here!
When people sneeze, instead of saying 'bless you' they say 'Jesus' which I struggle to say because it's so strange!
Every time you see someone you give them two kisses, obviously, but with glasses it's so annoying! As soon as I kiss someone I have to ...