Hotel El Coloso
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... I decided to tough it out in the Spanish group. It was really interesting. I actually understood some Spanish even though it was more of Spanglish. I learned some cool things about the paintings and had a good informative time. Next we walked to Madrid de los Austrias, a part of the city that was made while the Austrians were in control. We toured around and eventually ended ...
... to eat a big lunch with their family and sometimes even take a nap. Then they open up again from around 5-8. It is rare to ever eat dinner before 9, and where I live it's always at 9:30. On weekend nights, generally people eat around 9:00 or 9:30, then you relax for a little while before going to meet friends to "pre game". A lot of people go to bars around 11 to start drinking, but the bars are expensive so it's much easier to go to ...
So after 3 flights, 4 airports, and I saw my bag on the belt at the airport, my trip was officially started. As if the subway system wasn't already complicated enough, the ticket machine was worse. So 3 metro trains later I come up to street level and I'm absolutely disoriented. I had no map (only a google maps one with no street names), no compass, and no map app on my phone because I have no SIM card yet. Let's just say I ...
... asked if I was still interested and I said yes and they said they were going to leave around midnight. LEAVE at midnight! They were going with the woman who mans the hostel desk, who would show them the best places to go and she didn't get off until midnight, but apparently the party doesn't usually even start until about 1 am anyways. I knew the Spanish were a late riser, late sleeper culture but that was kind of crazy. I said no thanks, I need to ...
... with the situation of orienting myself towards where I believed my destination was and blindly walking forward. It was early morning and once again there weren’t many people on the streets. I had a faint feeling of hope when I reached a corner I recognized then I realized it was a false alarm but just after a few minutes I realized that I had found the right path in one go. So Yay me. I’m a natural. Except ...