Hotel Torre Hogar
Travel Blogs from Torrejon De Ardoz
... has truly made the experience more enjoyable and I am certain
that people like her will be in my life forever- we had so much fun. The rest
of the group went for icecream and on a hunt for postage stamps while we made
our way through different stores down gran via. We met back up with ovi and
tamar and made our way to the Ballet. I can’t describe the excitement I felt
walking up the steps into the theater. It was like I was 5 going to Disney
... gates and use the preferred security gate at London airport, what a difference! We only had one hour to change planes, so having this help really helped to make it on time.
After many hours of flying….. we made it back!
We are in ...
... I found myself a power point to do some recharging. I spent the next hour or so sitting on my pack- I noticed I was getting some strange looks and that people were sort of taking a wide birth as they walked past. I realized they were trying to work out if I was a begger. I had a little chuckle but really should have put out a cup to see what I got. The strange looks were probably trying to work out why I was begging when I could afford an ...
... lone bull or two came running though the crowd
They made it through cleanly, but the big screen showed replays of the run and we saw many of the
Runners who were trampled along the run
Next it was time for the little bulls to be released into the crowd one at a time. (little ~500lbs)
They released 5 or so bulls around and each time someone would do something stupid to the bull ...
... beyond, so I don't have to walk along the freeway very far--and no, I don't get arrested!
Torrejon is another typical modern Madrid suburb... no problem. I enjoy a stroll through the streets that wind up and down the slopes in the center of town, stopping for a shwarma for supper and a fried sugar doughnut. In the spacious plaza I can finally relax a little and pull out my guitar. I'm joined by a Dominican lady, maybe ...