Holiday Inn Madrid
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... me wake up at 9.30am thinking it was still the middle of the night. But when I learned the time I was rested enough. :-)
Changed from shorts into long trousers after all and I'm glad I did. Though it was a warm day with hot periods and sun, there were cooler moments when I was in the wind and shade. And sitting down is sometimes uncomfortable with bare legs on wrinkly seats.
Walked to Atocha train station ...
... 2 hours later and we are in Madrid and catch a taxi to the centre of the city where I've booked an apartment through Airbnb. For those of you who like to travel, I recommend you join Airbnb and book your accommodation through them. It's so much cheaper and very personal. This time I've booked an apartment in the centre of Madrid about 1 minute walk from the Plaza Mayor. We are met by the owner Alberto who is so happy to ...
... boy who makes Espadrilles shoes that lives in Barcelona, Carmen (real name ???), the quiet dancer from Taiwan getting her master's degree; Bea, la chica muy bonita who works & lives in Ibiza; and most recently, Kevin, the handsome young pilot from Iran who actually calls Sweden his home and will be co-piloting RyanAir flights to/from Madrid until June. Quite a cast of characters so far and I can only imagine who/what the next ...
... that the stall holder went to a lot of effort to prepare our food, for only a small price. Had one last cortado at plaza chueca with the rest of the crowd enjoying the warm Sunday evening. We are going to miss espana big time.
A little sad that we didn't get to meet up with Marta but we have vowed to return to madrid for nowie 2016 for a couple of weeks. I would love to go to class here for a ...
After trying in vain on Tuesday to visit the Monasterio de las Descalzas Reales, I popped down at opening time (10.00) to try to book one of the tours later that day. I formed a one-man queue outside the huge ancient wooden gates, and was shortly joined by a lovely Swiss couple, and we chatted for a bit in French, which completely ruined the Spanish ticket-buying phrases I had in my head! Time ticked beyond 10am, and a Japanese couple arrived, then a Spanish family. After ...