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Travel Blogs from Madrid
... now with 20 km left in the tank & the car starting to not drive so well, there was no service station in sight. Back we headed in the direction of the hotel on the lookout for other service station road sign pictures & we pulled into one with just 10 km worth in the tank! Rather nerve wracking afternoon!
After filling up with enough fuel to get us to where we wanted to go this afternoon & then to the airport in the morning ...
... sights I wondered the th
famous "Parque Retiro", which is one of the largest parks in Madrid. The
park is beautiful and full of local street vendors selling trinkets and
miscellaneous things as well as gorgeous trees and bushes that are
maintained very well. The tapas bar was named "El Tigre", or the tiger.
At El Tigre you pay 2.50 Euros for a drink of either sangria or beer and
a plate of tapas. This is a great deal. Despite being so cheap the ...
... on the Camino. The last three days were 29km, 21km and 32km. In all I think I made it over 230km and I feel like Iīm getting off easy. Iīm headed to the airport tomorrow and home. I really miss Bunny and Maxx, I canīt wait to see them!
I found out my "waterproof" coat really isnīt waterproof. The snow melted and got into the pocket I had my camera in, it ruined the camera. I wasnīt able to take many pictures the last 3 or 4 days. ...
... ready to go out. The two traveling together came back soon after and were getting into bed as well. You arent really supposed to eat or drink in the rooms either. It was even more awkward trying to drink sangria while we were getting ready as well. lol.
Kristen knew someone in Madrid so we went to meet up with him and his friend. We went out with them the first night to a couple of bars. The one bar had 7 Euro drinks. It was crasy! I couldnt believe ...
... Most people actually made a decent effort – there were lots of scarves around people’s heads, as most people tried the ‘local’ look. My friends and I made pirate hats out of newspaper! There was lots of entertainment at the dinner, including musical performances, belly dancers, and a magic show, all with audience participation.
The next day we went back to Spain, to Seville, which is a very nice city. I checked out the cathedral, which is in the top ...