Hotel Puerta Guadalajara
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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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 ...
I'm so excited about being in Tangier and I'm not sure why. The town seem to have no cultural sites to speak of and the the most exciting thing we did was visit a Berber open air market. Well! The camel ride around the parking lot was fun too. We had hired a guide who arranged for our a ferry tickets and would meet us at the landing. "Welcome to Morocco Marette Esperance" was the sign to greet us. Jamal and his driver Mohammad took ...
... bombing of the small basque town, Guernica, on April 26, 1937. This raid was carried out by Hitler's new Air Force, and with the permission of Franco, Hitler's buddy. Sickening. The works of many other famous painters are also in the exhibit including Goya, Ruben, Dali etc.
On our last morning in Madrid, we walked through a beautiful public garden close to the B&B Retiro park, just beyond the Del Prado Museum, then prepared to try ...
... an ATM to get $40, just to be sure I had the PIN correct on the alternate card I brought. No problem, so I went forward with my plan to get euros out of an ATM in Spain, as I did so easily in June. As soon as I stepped off the plane in Madrid I was on the lookout for an ATM. The first one I spotted was in the Passport Control area. Good, let's get this taken care of. I only had 60 cents in euros leftover from the last trip. The strange thing was there ...
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 ...