Hostal San Marcos
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
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What an amazing day. Our train left Barcelona at 1pm and our entire journey left us gobsmacked. Two officials in orange jackets took over all our bags at the station and deposited us at the right departure gate. 15 minutes before our train departed, they reappeared to carry our bags all the way to the train (leading us to the right platform!) and put them on for us before seating us in our very comfortable seats! The 3 ...
... chocolate cake. This town was only a 10 minute bus trip or a three hour walk - mostly we took the former option and this town was more of the same with the slight difference of spectacular sunsets and an increase in tourists, particularly Chinese who stood out as they travel in large groups! But towards the end of our stay tourist numbers diminished enormously along with the weather that became colder, windier and wetter. However, one day we took a driver ...
... not let us up. In fact, she said there was no one upstairs at HSBC despite having just spoken to them upstairs. She said we would have to call the HSBC number but wouldn't allow us to use her phone to do so. Unbelievable. We had to put on a scene in a busy foyer to a large building to get the concierge to call HSBC upstairs again and ask them to search for the card to determine at least whether it was up there. Pudd ended up getting angry and said to her ...
... night train for the next day and instead having to depart a few days later, but we were soon at a mojito bar drinking and eating nachos and my cares fell away. After said mojito bar we were solicited into a 'pirate' bar, the promoter for which sold us marijuana, and we spent some time there listening to classic bad pop and dancing. We left after not too long, smoked a joint and returned home for bed. I love you, ...
... our meal. It's hard to describe everything we ate, but I can say, Spain has sodium consumption down! We've yet to be offered anything green or leafy, but have helped ourselves to several varieties of potatoes, breads, ham (jamon) and sausage. Often fried. Beer and wine is also as inexpensive as bottled water, which supports the dehydrating efforts of the sodium. Overall, Day 1 was a blast! Excited to explore the culture of Madrid tomorrow. On tap, top notch museums and a bull ...