Hotel Puerta Guadalajara
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... and country's history, a number of Moors are included--with a description of their achievements... Glad to see that that segment of Guadalajara's history is being acknowledged. What about quality of life? Which would be the better city to live in? I guess it depends on what you want. If you want a cozy, quiet, safe sort of city where you can easily walk everywhere, Guad-Spain is for you. If you want exitement and a fast paced lifestyle, Guad-Mex is ...
... One, the easiest, to catch a subway back to Madrid and from there back to the airport and just sleep/chill out there for the rest of my sojourn here—after all, I’ve already explored/played music in 2 towns. The second is to go to the countryside, camp out somewhere and try to cram in another town in the morning before hurrying back to the airport. But it’s starting to rain, putting a damper on that plan. Plan 3: catch a subway to Madrid and party all ...
Earlier this week I told a friend something to the effect of, "I think I've got this European travel thing down." Somewhere in the back of my head was a nagging feeling that I'm taking too much for granted -- been there, done that. I've been to 11 foreign countries. I know to change into socks for a more comfortable flight and to keep a toothbrush handy so I can have a "going to bed" routine when they turn the plane's cabin lights off. I know the ...
Today started off with breakfast downstairs, there was a huge variety of food; eggs, bacon, cold meats, fruit, muffins, cookies, beverages and heaps more. We met everyone at the bus at 9am then we are had a tour of Madrid City. We stopped to see a famous statue in the city centre but the name escapes me. I got out with the rest of the group and took photographs of this statue, it was famous for the brass bulls guarding the front! Our next ...
Getting from the restaurant to the house is tricky. Once you've gone up the stairs, you go through the second level of the restaurant, then through an office, outside, in Amparo Snr's house, outside and then to our house. To show my pain, I counted the possible doors we could go through, 20 (which annoys me because being a '10' number it sounds made up) - needless to say I'm yet to make a successful trip to the house alone without texting Nat "come find ...