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Today we had no real plans but we wanted to go check out the large park at the other end of the city from the walking tour we did yesterday. It was still walking distance for us since we were in a great location. We popped down to the restaurant/bar next to the hostel and grabbed a coffee. Once we were finished we headed towards the park and past the Alcala Gate which is Madrid's arc de triomphe. This ...
... although no meerkats in site! Bruce's joke) but sadly had no time to really explore the new cultural hub of the city. Madrid has been a bit the same - too big to really explore in 2 days but we've done pretty well. Seen the Royal Palace and it's wealth, the Cathedral, the main square with the famous bear and the strawberry tree, Colon square, the Real madrid stadium (game on there tonight) strolled through the amazing ...
... showtime. I noticed how different this part of the city was than the other places I had seen and understood why Beatriz suggested I go back to Puerta del Sol to grab dinner afterwards. I really had no idea what to expect when walking into Plaza Matadero but had read that "matadero" actually means slaughterhouse, which would explain the eerie, old and mysterious appearance of the plaza that has been lit up with red lighting and turned into ...
... watched on television. And then the magic happened...
Military planes started flying overhead, very close to us, many with colored jet streams that resembled what part of the military they were from. After this, hundreds arrived on motorcycles, followed by several THOUSAND military men and women with their respective uniforms. There were so many different parts of the military represented and I wish I could tell you what they all were. A man behind us was trying to explain ...
... Spanish soccer culture that are the most important, and these are: Club Colors, Nicknames, and Anthems.
Club Colors started out thanks to the press writing code, because whenever news about a team were going to be reported in the press, the press referred to the teams as ‘rojiblancos’ (red and white) or ‘azulgrana’ (blue and red). This eventually led to the fans being completely committed to their club colors, and therefore made the ...