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... good city map since Madrid is a massive city but its city center is quite
small. From the expressways I know my way into the center of the city via the
Calle de Alcala to the Plaza de Cibeles and then south past the Prado to Atocha
Station. I managed to get my car back to the EuropCar lot less than 5 minutes before
it was officially due.
So I thought I was so smart in planning a return to Madrid
and Atocha Station early on Saturday morning when ...
... is well preserved as the government has declared all of Toledo a national monument and doesn't allow any modern exteriors which really takes you back in time as you get lost in the winding back streets. I tend to have a great sense of direction and am usually used as the gauge of where to next. However, with the city maps not taking the hills into consideration, this wasn't the easiest place to follow and google walking ...
... again. Holy ****!!! I was scared out of my wits! Emily, you're not in the Netherlands anymore. Totally felt like I had been on that TV show "What would you do?" I failed this test. Totally. Failed. Only after I got on the metro did I wonder what the guy actually did in the McDonald's, if anything. Bizarre. Surreal. Just crazy bizarre.
This is a great time to talk about the cops in Spain. Unlike in the Netherlands (I had seen ...
... Alfredo sauce, but I don’t think the restaurant offers it, so they’re probably out of luck.
After lunch I headed to the Alcazar (military museum). It’s a large and very modern facility, covering about four floors. I had to put all my cameras in a bin and then walk through a metal detector, but even though I had lots of other metal I didn’t hear the machine “beep”. I headed first ...
... along the sunny path enjoying the river. It wasn’t as nice as the path in Segovia, but still pleasant. At the end of the path we saw swallows nesting under the bridge arches. The path is evidently part of the El Camino hiking trail, and goes for miles across Spain.
To recover from our exertion we collapsed at a café with hot chocolate and tapas. I had anchovies with tomato jam, ...