Hotel Zenit Conde de Orgaz
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... I made my way down the bus saying my final goodbyes to everyone on board before we arrived. We stopped at the airport and I said a final goodbye to Jah and Emilio with lots of hugs before Mark and I stepped off the bus and into the airport. A couple of the girls had also gotten off the bus at the airport and we all grouped together inside and tried to figure out where to go for our planes. After walking around in circles we asked for help at an information point and ...
... delightful shower, wifi session and 20 minutes on my back, I headed back to the airport to try yet again to get to Madrid and find my missing bag. I found the extremely massive line with heaps of people waiting to leave this nightmare of an airport, and joined in. I arrive at the counter and bring my boarding pass and already stuffed to the brim luggage to be checked. The lady kindly checks me in and prints a new boarding pass with the gate # and then I put my luggage on the station. ...
... although I'm not entirely sure what they were protesting. One of the signs said something like "Mentes Libres, Sociadad Libre" which I think means something like "Free the mind, free society." I'm not really sure what that is supposed to be protesting though. I didn't really want to stick around too long with a big protest going on so I continued on my way. On my way out of the square I ran into a TON of policemen with BIG guns (probably stun ...
... an art gallery with many artworks by well known artists from the 13C to 20C. That took a while so we had a late lunch in their cafe. We finished at 3.30pm having finally got the hang of this late lunch habit the Spanish are into. The bus tour and a bit of shopping filled the rest of the afternoon. As in all the cities we've seen so far, the buildings and public art are impressive. I must admit I've found the ironwork railings on many of the apartment buildings just as ...
... stadium. We managed to finish the marathon, aided by some free tapas from the bars. We then kicked on to some club in the middle of nowhere, which we had to reach via a half hour cab ride. Seriously, there was nothing around except a DFO style shopping centre. The funnest part of the night was bottellon (predrinks) in the carpark. It's an odd sight – hundreds of people just standing around in a car park, preparing drinks in the boots ...