Holiday Inn Express Madrid - Tres Cantos
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What an amazing day. Our train left Barcelona at 1pm and our entire journey left us gobsmacked. Two officials in orange jackets took over all our bags at the station and deposited us at the right departure gate. 15 minutes before our train departed, they reappeared to carry our bags all the way to the train (leading us to the right platform!) and put them on for us before seating us in our very comfortable seats! The 3 ...
... and the wedding was back and forth in spanish/english in a very lovely way. Nerea spoke to Jake in english and he spoke to her in spanish, so in the group everyone got to understand some. It was quite lovely. Then we all had champagne the toast planned for there never happened, we know not why, just the hustle bustle I expect. In short order we were on a lovely patio having tapas and ham, and there were way to many different ones of those ( we were obliged to try each one, ...
... in and went to get ingredients for dinner. Me and Michael split an oven lasagne, sick of pasta, and got two minute noodles to keep us going. However, as soon as we all started cooking, the power on the bottom floor went out, so after heaps of messing around and anger we moved upstairs. We ate, had a drink and as it was now almost midnight all collapsed in bed and went to sleep. I love you, ...
... one of the most beautiful beaches encapsulated with crystal clear waters, the opportunity to go walking through rustic, traditional villages that are amidst bush walking tracks or indulge in the history of Spain walking the 1km strip between the cathedral and basilica browsing the unique shops on the way, San Sebastian had it all.
I was lucky enough to spend almost a week here. I played ...
... exploring the streets of Barcelona (El Gotic, El Born, Barceloneta, El Raval, and Poble Sec)... I've done so much, and still so much left to do!
Side note: I'm watching the discovery channel in espanyol. Still very interesting.
I'm going to take it easy tomorrow. I'm good with planning my entire trip and foreseeing how to manage to stay comfortable and stay feeling balanced. I'm just sad that this vacation will be coming to an end.