Hostal San Marcos
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Travel Blogs from San Martin de la Vega
... they left to embark on a 32 hour journey home! We are now settled safely in our hotel in Madrid - the Conde Duque and enjoyed afternoon tea with our friends the Cassidy's who just happened to be in Madrid for a few days! Tonight we met out tour leader Simon- and the 36 other members of the group!! All very interesting and should be great travel companions. We enjoyed a welcome dinner at at a local restaurant but had a giggle when pat- Bone steak was on the ...
... for alcohol) and of course pop, coffee, etc. We all had wine and toasted to our adventure. A bit after that we were served dinner - choice of pasta or chix and we all took the chix. Very good - pieces of chix in a sauce with mashed potatoes and green beans, a salad with Italian dressing, crax and cheese, a bun and a brownie plus a little bottle of water. They came through again with more beverages. IT was very nice. They had a movie all could watch on center aisle ...
... are also quite gruelling and after a few hours, and in no way fully seeing all works on display, off we headed. I left J at the hotel to rest while I caught a random Metro to Plaza Espana on a whim.
The Spanish do seem to have a great skill in constructing staggeringly impressive monument precincts and this was no exception. A huge stone plinth towers over huge statues of Don Quixote (regally astride a flared-nostril stallion) and his faithful Sancho (aboard a ...
... salad of some sort of an
open face sandwich.
Though Madrid has elevated their palate (and prices) over
the past few years, Talavera is still old school and served up heaping
platefuls of food. Since John and I will
go to any length to provide for our kids (and, for some reason, ‘old school’
really appeals to us), we kept going from café to café ordering beers to get
enough tapas to feed our kids a ...
... de San Miguel, and the oldest restaurant in the world: Sobrino de Botin shortly after. The Royal Palace was absolutely beautiful and has something like 2,800 rooms. It's not actually where the royal family stays but instead it's a museum now. We learned a ton of history about Madrid, of course don't ask me to repeat it all to you because I'm really not sure where I stored all of that information but it's in my brain ...