Hotel Nuevo Boston
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... churros and we didn't feel like it.
The McDonald's was in a nice area filled with drunk people who didn't go to bed yet and a few prostitutes looking for work. The staff at McDonald's was horribly slow and we had to order Jess's sausage mcmuffin three times to get it right. Who gets lettuce and mayonnaise on a sausage mcmuffin?!
We took the Metro (Subway) instead of walking around and it was easy once you get used to it. We saw ...
... with milk - essentially rice pudding). I had that to eat while hanging around the Plaza Mayor which did a pretty good job of filling me up.
After finishing my food I continued up to Puerta del Sol. I'm not sure what the big deal is with that place, but it's supposed to be something you're supposed to see, so I went there. There was a protest of some kind going on while I was there - I've got some pictures of the signs that people ...
... statues, fountains, and a large man-made lake for rowboats.
I really enjoyed the 5 nights I spent in Madrid. Its wide avenues and boulevards are pleasant to walk down, especially during the evenings when they are teeming with people. And the city's countless plazas, grand buildings and greenery are very pleasing on the eye. Add to that some tasty tapas, cheap beers, good nightlife and a love of football, and you've got yourself an
... drink that I missed from Italy) so I had to get one and it was an apertivo drink also which ment I got free tapas. After this and by the time I'd walked back to the hostel it was past 9pm I was getting onto Spanish time. Day 2 in Madrid was much the same. Designy places, got lost, window shopping, drinks, snacks along the way. And another late ...
... and lo siento (sorry) but is only getting a lot of use from one of them. The truth is he's doing great with it. Much better than I am. I keep trying to use my French which is a disaster on many levels.
We keep commenting on how lucky we are that there have not been many tourists. And whenever we do find one of their gathering spots we make a mental note never to return. Most of those seem to ...