Ibis Madrid C/ Valentin Beato
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... cant remember dates but I’m sure you will forgive me I had other things on my mind. We enter the zoos main sanctuary where we all must walk our bikes through as it is deemed too unpleasant if you ride through it and you do cop a huge fine for it. The sanctuary is full of peacocks (which can fly I might add!) and we stop there for a quick look around. Briony and the rest of the crew go for a wander and I sit down on the grass inside the second ever zoo ever built that once upon a ...
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*** Always check that the airport or train that is offered by the airline is actually close to the hostel you are staying at. If you just try and buy the cheapest flight you might just end up spending more on the taxi or bus ride and waste time along the way.
*** Maps are amazing and so are travel books. ...
A morning of Madrid institutions
A slower and more relaxed start to our last day in Madrid beginning with breakfast - coffee and croissant- in La Mallorquina at the western end of Puerta del Sol. Rather than sit upstairs we decide to stand at the counter with its double glass shelves filled with pastries and bocadillos. The assistants stand guard in their starched white jackets each tending a section of the ...
On Saturday morning our first order of business was a visit to the Prado!
The sun was shining and it was a beautiful day as we walked the short distance to the museum. We arrived just before the 10 AM opening time to find a bit of a line snaking around the corner of the building. But we queued up and it was only a short wait. As I mentioned yesterday, again we asked for the senior discount. On this occasion we were asked for ID's. Lars had ...
... They are such lovely and caring family and it didn't take long for us to feel at home. :) For dinner, we visited the town of Navacerrada, a little mountain town. Unfortunately it was pouring rain and rather cold, but we found a shelter in a small eatery/bar.
Tomorrow we will visit Segovia - recommended by Greg's Spanish co-worker, and also, its photo is used for the cover of our guidebook! Hope weather will be good! ...