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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Wellington Hotel Madrid
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... is made over this quite basic stew. The basics are that various cuts of meat, vegetables, and chickpeas are cooked together in a broth. The broth is served as a first course. The solid bits are served as a second course. I recall making a version of it once for a dinner party about 15 years ago when I owned a house and could do more entertaining. Anyway, I have to say I wasn’t especially impressed with what’s supposedly the most traditional place for ...
... often so bad in daily life that these games would be put on as a sort of distraction to keep people happy and prevent tension from rising to the point of a rebellion. Also he pointed out that the notion of the crowd giving a thumbs up or down at the end of the contest was very much a Hollywood invention. In fact gladiator battles were more akin to professional wrestling than anything and most gladiators were paid actors who traveled the circuit rather than ...
... Hotel Emparador Glenda realised that she had left her travel wallet with her cards under her mattress in Valencia. Our rooms were not ready so we wandered outside for lunch and right next to the hotel was a 50s American Diner which had great theming and the food was excellent. A bit of a change from tapas and sardines. Once checked in to our rooms we hit the the roof pool which is very large with a lot ...
... a variety of croquettes, and for dessert...welll...there was chocolate cake, cheese cake, and crema catalana (sort of a creme brulee) on the table. It was an experience! And we were a very good family, sharing our desserts, to some extent.... Tomorrow we take a bus to Tui. We'll spend the afternoon getting ready for the beginning of the Camino. Most likely the hotel will take us to the border with Portugal and we'll start walking at that point, I still find ...
... hang out. We ate supper around 9 pm which is super late considering we usually
eat dinner around 6:30 or 7 at home. Conversation at the dinner table was way
better then yesterday, I am already feeling like my Spanish is improving and I am
getting more comfortable putting myself out there. We are kind of being forced
to use the language as Antonia dosnt speak any English. I am surprised actually
at how little English everyone here speaks, even ...