Holiday Inn Express Madrid Leganes
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... br> Saturday night we went to a fiesta in a neighboring barrio, which was awesome. There was an unimaginable amount of people there but it's reminiscent of Springfest, when literally everyone is outside drinking together, hanging with friends, just having fun. There was a huge area for dancing and the concert but we were not ready to brave that crowd, so we all just hung out in a circle talking and getting up to dance to the songs everyone knew.
My getting slightly behind on finishing these up will have to be excused. As I may have mentioned before, my laptop went through the ringer as it flew around Europe, and is currently in the shop getting a facelift. So these last two entries will be a little slow coming, and without pictures until later.
Our travel into Madrid was a little easier than past travel destinations, since we weren't headed to the narrow Jewish quarter of ...
... come into terminals 1, 2 or 3, I decided the best bet would be to get off at that stop rather than the terminal 4 stop. Once there, I checked the boards for the London flights. Every flight coming in from London appeared to be arriving in terminal 1. I inquired at one of the information desks if that was where all the London flights came in, and the woman confirmed that that's where Emily would be arriving. I waited there for about an hour, as the ...
... and in a spiral layout with the view from the top of the roof simply 'breath taking'.
We enjoyed the afternoon walking through the various rooms and then the village which lay below. The tiny alley ways wound their way around the small township and housed many shops and eateries. We ate at Casa Duque which was founded in 1895 and still to this day has the same MENU as it did then. We dined on a salad starter course followed by the ‘specialty of ...
... on Sundays and many people enjoy relaxing strolls through it. I had been before, but was extremely tired. I wanted to see the things that I had missed and check out all the park had to offer. The first time I missed out on the lake in the park where all of the people go for boat rides. There is a giant monument to Alfonso XII around the lake too. It is a cool place inside the park and attracts many tourists. I made my way down toward the Glass Palace. It is ...
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