Holiday Inn Express Madrid-Alcorcon
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Upon getting back to Madrid from Aranjuez my plan was to
spend my last afternoon in town walking around and possibly going to the Temple
of Debod, one of the Nubian temples that would have been flooded by the Aswan
Dam that was dismantled and reassembled elsewhere. But alas, it started raining
again when I got back to Madrid and I decided to go to another museum.
I had been to ...
... and shared some lovely snacks to fortify ourselves for the journey home and the getting ready for a gathering with all the young people from Holland, Spain and London, what a huge bunch of bright and fun young people they are---Seems funny how they are the "young people" and all are getting close to or have achieved 40! I would probably have been offended at 40 to be the "young people." We were now down to less than 24hours ...
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The optional evening excursion was dinner at a local restaurant with a bit of a city tour. We went to “outside the wall” plaza which we had seen on our ...
Slept in while Luke went to the gym. Did a little exercise circuit on my own in the hotel room and nearly died !! So unfit now. We felt like salad so we went to tgi Fridays for lunch (we are staying in a touristy part of town) and I had a Cobb salad and a cocktail and Luke had salad and beer. Ended up being 46e which is ridiculously expensive. Did some shopping in h&m, ...
... marching in a manner not dissimilar to the Foreign Legion. Much crashing of cymbals and banging of bass drums. They were followed by groups of mainly elderly people dressed either in distinctive garb, or clutching ornamental poles. Total mystery to me what the poles and weird headgear signified. But clearly it denoted a 'house' or neiborhod of some sort. Typically 'tribal' affiliation to be found in cities where families live for generations in the same area. In the middle ...