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... not let us up. In fact, she said there was no one upstairs at HSBC despite having just spoken to them upstairs. She said we would have to call the HSBC number but wouldn't allow us to use her phone to do so. Unbelievable. We had to put on a scene in a busy foyer to a large building to get the concierge to call HSBC upstairs again and ask them to search for the card to determine at least whether it was up there. Pudd ended up getting angry and said to her ...
... don't do it justice, but it's amazing inside! Certainly worth the visit.Next stop was to have some lunch, it was pretty late now (2.30pm) so we headed to the otherside of town to a recommended cafe for a local delicacy called Francesehna....translated it means little French girl hahaha!!! A little dodgy, but everyone has told us we must go and try it! (Gary had a ****** one 2 days ago, so he didn't have high hopes) but I was ...
... after our train) we threw 20 euros at the driver and piled out and started running, the driver yelling Spanish words of encouragement in our wake. Forgetting myself, I left Sophie behind and just ran after Lucy; Sophie claims she was yelling at me to slow down but I have no memory (only regrets). Jade was in the doorway when we arrived and shovelled us on the train, informing us the automated system was meant to close the doors in fifteen seconds. As soon as ...
... Tour was great - coach drove around the ring road to a lookout over the city. Then we had a walking tour around the city streets visiting historical buildings from all periods in their history. There was a Jewish quarter - a large population lived there but all left in the Middle Ages when the King decided to drive them out. There is a Muslim quarter - and they were driven out too, but some stayed. Then the Middle ...
... Palace. It was beautiful, but our ¨dogs were barking¨ (feet were killing us), so we got a taxi to the ¨Teleférico¨ - a cable car ride over the city of Madrid. Not a lot of foreign tourists know about it, so it was kind of nice to be among locals. Plus, it was in my the movie series I show to my Spanish students - Mi Vida Loca, so now I can show them pictures.
Caught the metro to the ¨Parque del Buen ...