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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Wellington Hotel Madrid
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... is an experience on it's own and the roads are a 'bit' more narrow than what we're used to. A few of our vehicles may or may not have gently collided with the walls of the parking garage. Again, a "bit" more narrow and no doubt we will be walking as much as ...
It felt quite strange to leave Lyon this morning. I really appreciated the fact that all the French people we had contact with were really friendly and helpful. The shop assistants were just extraordinary and I think the people in Australia could learn a bit by how service can be delivered to people who just look blankly at you when they are spoken to. It really was a most amazing time in France. We spent a lot of time - more time than the actual ...
... in the bar were rooting for Argentina, so it was a little awkward when we cheered for Germany. After that crazy goal, we went back to the hotel to pack up our bags & fit 6 people into a 2 person hotel room.
Monday I got up and left the hotel around 8:30. I had to help one of the injured kids on the trip get through the airport, and then I got through security with an extra hour to spare. The 9 hour flight actually went ...
... didn't spot many especially exciting or beautiful sights. Tonight we plan to eat at a large outdoor market and then board our very first night train to Lisbon. It should be a comfortable and more exciting way to travel. ~Meghan Yeah Madrid hasn't wowed us like Pamplona did but I think it just feels too big city and we are looking forward to the coastal and smaller towns. We have been very impressed with our first hostel ...
... up because so many people had jumped from that area. It was really sad to think about, but it's good the glass was there for in the long run. We also saw some statues and than walked around a garden that had beautiful flowers blooming. After that, the market had many spectacular array of foods, from chocolates, to cheeses, to meats, you name it. It reminded me of the markets they had in Mexico.
After roaming around the market, not sure what to do or get, we left ...