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Travel Blogs from Torrejon De Ardoz
... to the
Ballet. We decided to dress up and I once
again wore the wedge shoes. Something about getting fancy and wearing heels on
cobble stone makes me feel more European, although dangerous I haven’t managed
to face plant yet which is definitely an accomplishment. We were so lucky
because yesterday me and Amanda did research and found out that rush tickets
could be purchased at a 90% discount at 4 pm on show day. I think that’s the
... I had a hamburger with blue cheese, tasty, Cath had what was called a tortilla but looked like a pancake, also tasty. The best was chirozzo, cheese, potatoe croquettes talk about flavour bombs, Desert was churros with a mug of liquid chocolate yum yum. Prices are much lower in Madrid than Paris. We have booked a walking feast for dinner tomorrow ...
... I found a Starbucks. I recharged my phone and checked in.
From here I went to the Plaza Mayor – this was a massive square with market stalls around the outside and a horse and rider statue in the middle. The buildings around the outside had interesting murals on their walls. There were four entries to the square, each though large archways. This was a really impressive structure.
I headed to the Placio Real, ...
... to venture out in search of food while Coady and I waited
Next thing we know, the doors open and everyone runs in without tickets.
I waited for Lizzy and Coady went in to get seats.
Thankfully lizzy found me and we rushed inside with her nutella waffles and took the first seats we could
find as it was filling up fast and we didn't have much hope of finding Coady
Day 183 5 hrs, 10.0 kmsDay Totals: 16 hrs, 33.9 kms
I head off at a brisk pace. Dusk is quickly approaching and I don't know what obstacles I might encounter on my hike to Madrid. Just like on the southside, it looks like the only link to the Madrid is a freeway--I really need to find another route.
At first things look good: I find a country road that goes through an orchard, parallel to the freeway... I keep ...