Confortel Alcala Norte
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... completed but just for the scrapbook.
Back to largely blue skies in Madrid and better weather. Right back up to download pix and charge the battery. Hit email and the blog thereafter. No time for a repast so to the supermarket again for some meats and cheese [3E]. Decided to skip the java in hope of a better sleep. Got the f*****g blog done by 2130. Going to have to trim down things or I will have no time for Spanish wines and tapas when the Explore trip starts ...
... m on the train to Madrid. The ticket I’d bought the other day was unfortunately booked for Tuesday, despite asking for Wednesday, and I stupidly didn’t check the date when I left the ticket desk, or at any other time. Anyway, I rebooked myself on the 11am train, and was able to use free wifi from McDonalds to do a few things to fill in the time. The train itself was pretty cool- on one screen in the carriage the speed of the train was displayed every so often. The highest ...
... bars on every corner, my favourites being bar cruz, which specialised in razor clams, and at the ore end of the spectrum, you can't go past El Tigre a local spot, which is famous, not for the quality of the tapas, but the quantity, which you are given a complementary heaving plate of every time you order a drink. However, the single greatest highlight of my time in Madrid happened on Thursday night, when I went searching ...
... did so because they actually liked the paintings ( which in the main are pleasant to look at).
I was only up to walking around about half of the collection before my legs started complaining, but It was a very pleasant way to spend 21/2 hours on a Sunday afternoon, and if I lived here I think I would spend half my Sundays in Retiro park, and the other half in this wonderful Gallery which also happens to be free to enter on ...
... in over 24 hours and the rest of us are feeling kind of caught up after last night. Now though we will be on trains to Paris for a little less then 24 hours. So let's hope we all get some sleep on this over night train or were going to be miserable the couple days in Paris. I've taken 5 years in school of French and I barely know any of it anymore. Since I'm the closest thing to speaking the language out of all four of us wish me luck! Next stop ...