Ibis Madrid Aeropuerto Barajas
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... of the city. The tour is mostly just a ride around with a stop or two at some pretty sweet fountains but we don’t get too much knowledge about them.
We do head into the royal gardens, which are quite huge and we get to see some pretty cool stuff. There’s a green house that has a pond/lake out the front with a waterfall and Turtle in it! Turtles! We saw a lake that was built for the king to pit combatants against each other on ships. The lake was 10 metres ...
... are ready for it or not. Sometimes it’s nice as it means things that hurt face too. But the most important is to realize you should always be somewhat prepared. Going with the flow and exploring and trying out new things is always fun, but you should at least know where you are going to sleep that night and how you are going to get there.
The difficulties of keeping up with friendships. Sometimes I would just get on facebook and look at the list of ...
... we were at 44. Just say my excersice is done for the day. We are very last in line and one of the baggage boys hits on Nikki and wants to measure her carry on. It was 2 hairs thicker than they would allow. Another checked bag but no charges at least. I say dang the flirting spaniards. Finally we board after they call our mames to respond urgently. I was able to sleep a little as did Nikki. I also spent our first Euros on a Coke Zero We were on an ...
... about whether the news was good or bad for Madrid and Spain. The Madrileņos seemed to take it in stride. They were still smiling and chatting and planning the rest of their evening, absent an Olympic celebration!
I've asked friends who know Spain much better than I do and they seemed to agree that the country is better off without the stress of preparing for the 2020 Olympics. Many think the politicians were ...
... We had to add an extra layer of clothes - four just wasn't enough for me and a few times I was tempted to mug a local and pinch their very warm-looking doona-type coats.
We passed blocks of beautiful old buildings, many containing bars and small restaurants, admiring the beautiful architecture of Plaza Mayor, although it was not a place to loiter on a day like today. Our walk took us to the Royal Palace and the Museo del Prado, Spain's national art museum. ...