AC Hotel Guadalajara by Marriott
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1461. Which is better: the Original or the Copy? (Spa 099) Guadalajara, January 9, 2013, Day 183 7 hrs, 11.0 kms I decide to take a break from my Superhike and catch the commuter train to a city with a special name: Guadalajara. And why is it special? well, I spent four years of my childhood in the Mexican Guadalajara, and I have a lot of memories of that city... I'd like to see how the Spanish Guadalajara compares. So I'm off across the dreary landscape ...
Day 3. It feels like we live here now! Plaza de Angel is our hang out. We woke to another sunny day. Madrid is preparing for parades. The stroll to the Opera plaza was leisurely .. The Sol nearly empty...Calle de Arenal peaceful. We popped in and out of clothing and shoe stores,stopped for another cafe con leche ...life is grand. The Royal Palace was lined up..hundreds in a winding line..we did not line up. Visited the cathedral Santa Maria de Le Almudena Real, wandered ...
... our only destination in Spain on this Grand Tour and as Eugene has spent time here on previous trips he was eager to show it to me and of course I too have fallen for it. Where do I begin? In just over a week in this grand city we have soaked up the atmosphere of endless bars and cafés, the grand tree-lined Paseos, the centre walkways for pedestrians as well controlled 5 lanes of traffic continuously powers on each side of the Paseos day and night. But there are also the Calles - ...
After waking up, I decided that I was so exhausted and not looking forward to my quiz. I got up though, got ready and went to class. My quiz was somewhat hard, but we will see. After that, since I had a break, which I normally don't, I went out to eat with two of my friends. It was nice to eat with them, and we went out to a cute place called Fruiteria. It was an interesting place where the specials change every few days, and you can get a special, fruit/desert and bread for 3.40 eruos. ...
... so there wasn't much to do. I was too exhausted to take photos so just wondered around aimlessly going into the same shops two or three times - which made security more suspicious. Security watches me like a hawk anyway because I'm so retarded when I shop, walking in circles in patterns that only make sense to me. I found a gorgeous pink top for 4€ but the lady in front of me in the queue was holding the same top - a 50 year old ugly, hairy lady. I wanted ...