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... where you can instantly see the city’s attraction. Madrid you have to live there. Take time in exploring its museums. Eat out in Latina and Malasana with the locals. Stroll through the parks on a lazy day and also admire the mix of modern and history on your everyday walk through the town. I’m truly grateful that I chose to come to Madrid to study abroad and I got to understand the beauty of a city which I wouldn’t have been able to discover just through a weekend ...
... cultures. The local guide is knowledgeable but his monotonous tone leaves the bus either in hysterics or falling asleep. In the afternoon we head out for another city tour and I find it uninspiring despite seeing the bull ring arena, football stadium for Real Madrid amongst other monuments. Many people asked to stay in the city for some shopping however with pick pocketing being rife and so many locals in town, no one decides to stay. However Jemima and ...
... behind a group of people. Just before getting our bags we saw the exchange guy who was allowed in because he has been doing it for three decades (and he was pretty proud of that). My bags came immediately but then we realised that there was an Alexa Newsome on the list of names the guy had who we didn't fly with, so stood there for ages but she was told she was flying alone and had already gone to meet her family, who I think are friends with my family.
I had ...
If anyone ever drives to Madrid make sure you drive a car
less than 4.5 metres long and less than 1.85m high as otherwise you will be
driving around for 3 hours finding a car parking space. Eventually we parked
where the coach trip tour buses do, under Madrid in an old dungeon type
environment. On reflection the whole of Madrid’s car parking is underground but
for “normal” cars. ...
... enough for Molly. Got back on the bus, toured a bit more of Madrid, then got off at Puerta del Sol, where we had dinner and Pans and Company - the Spanish version of Subway. Puerta del Sol was packed with thousands of people at this point out for a stroll and as we are both country girls, we opted to hang out at the hotel.
Long night of partying next door, on the street below, and sweating in the sauna of a room.... Memorable indeed!