Hostal San Marcos
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... interesting as art. It's a former 18th century hospital with long open corridors around a central courtyard with the collections in various sized rooms and wings. Very un museum like. The current curator has done a great job of synthesizing video into the collection. Surrealism continued with lunch in the nearby plaza at outdoor cafe. Almost a European cliche tableau; French and Dutch tourists talking near us, an accordion player in the square and a waiter ...
... obvious because they are white in contrast to the dark, arid and featureless landscape. Hence the donkey or cable car from and to the port are preferred modes of transport. Kay, Eugene and I (the three amigos) spent just over a week in Thera - the main island of the Santorini group. We spent our time in splendid serenity strolling through narrow lane ways of white washed walls and blue doors mostly that led onto more narrow lane ways always with ...
... at Chamartin and walked all the way back. The walk took us about an hour and brought us through the two CBDs. We saw: • the Cuartro Torres • the Gate of Europe • Caja madrid Obelisk • Plaza de Castilla • Estadio Santiago Bernabeu (where Real Madrid play it's home matches - we were hoping to go to a match but they weren't playing at home during our time here in Madrid). Along the way we were passing Plaza de Picasso which is ...
... The only downsides in Spain - the smokers! Australia is doing a great job with reducing smoking. We have had to eat with smoke the whole time. The sad part are all the beggars walking around asking for money. We even saw one young man ask for one table's leftovers. There must have been some event close to us because there were police everywhere although we didn't see ...
... We drove for most of the day. We stopped at 2 for something to eat, and I got 2 fried eggs, french fries, and some bread for 5 euros. It was good, and I was glad I got it. Than we went back onto the bus, and got back to Madrid around 6. After that, I came back home and I was nice to be in the comforts of home. I laid down, and than just ...