Aparthotel G3 Galeon
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... that day. The streets were closed off just so people could walk! It was absolutely insanely jam-packed, most likely because it was almost new years. In the U.S., most people wait for the ball to drop in New york City to bring in the New Year, but in Spain, everyone watches the clock strike 12 in the Puerta del Sol. Every time the clock chimes, everyone eats one grape, until they have eaten 12 grapes to bring in the New Year. It's always interesting hearing how ...
... called me on her way home from work and asked how I was doing, if I was freaking out yet. I replied with the only answer I had, “sort of.” Afterall, I wasnt freaking out because of what I was doing or where I was going, I was freaking out because my **** was too heavy and I knew the next two days would lead to a sore unhappy body.
Little did I know that the two days would turn into much longer, but yet, not as heavy as I anticipated....
... After wondering around the city a bit more, we headed in for the night. We were exhausted and planned our day for tomorrow. In the end our kiwi (New Zealand) friend, convinced us to go down to have a drink with him and watch the game. The game was great and we chatted while watching.
After the game was over we headed upstairs for bed. Madrid has been wonderful so far, and we can’t wait to see more of it ...
After wandering down though El Rastro market we headed to the Prado. It was not as busy as I would have imagined and we were able to view things at our leisure. It really is a great gallery. It's funny though how a couple of hours in a gallery or museum makes me more tired than the same time spent walking. I was ...
... so I headed up the Calle Mayor to the main plazas of the city. I found a little bakery shop on the way and got a 'croissant con jamon y queso' (croissant with ham and cheese) which the lady kindly warmed up for me. It was delicious, but not actually enough food. I was still hungry, so I dropped into a Carrefour Express and got a 1 EURO pack of Jamon, a small thing of water (still looking to replace my water bottle), and a pack of Arrzo con ...