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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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We are now in Madrid after a very relaxing time in Cadaques. Today we started at 9:00 am after a great breakfast in the Hotel Playa Sol. Our trip began with a bus to Figueres, then a train to Barcelona, then the fast train to Madrid and lastly the Metro to the apt. We arrived here in the apt at 7:00pm. But, I should take you back to Cadaques for me as much as for you. You see a nice man on the Metro in Madrid tried to pick my pocket. As he kindly gave me directions, ...
We left Alicante heading to Valencia this morning about 9:30. We thought 15 minutes was long enough for the train change but, once again, our train was pulling out of the station when we arrived! We rescheduled our tickets and met Mike about four hours late. As we were making reservations to travel to Pamplona, we met Tertia from South Africa who ...
... Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia (Modern Art Museum). We missed the stop, so get there was of a downhill walk. The exterior sure was modern as were the glass enclosed elevators. Entrance was free for senior citizens which we are now starting to openly admit. We did learn that one needs documentation to prove one's age so we took our copies of our passports. Audio tour not included so we shelled out 11 Euros and we ascended to the 4th floor in one of the very ...
... Looked amazing. I felt like a kid with a Blue Heaven slushy at the Royal Show. Took the hop on hop off bus in the afternoon. After all that gluttony I hopped on and stayed on until I reached a stop close to the apartment. Madrid architecture and streetscapes are stunningly beautiful. I took lots of blurry photos from the moving bus but couldn't face getting off to visit any more palaces or cathedrals. Must be the only ...
... to walk the whole Camino Frances. What's more, I decided to do it right away, without much thought or planning.
As no other ideas have come to me since, it seems that I am stuck with doing it. I make no promises about updating the blog with much more than where I have been, what I have eaten etc, and I'm not sure as of yet how often I will get the chance to update it, what with the nursing of blisters and eating of tapas taking priority. Ok. Big day tomorrow. Time for bed.