Ibis Madrid Fuenlabrada
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... though, at 10:50 she bobbed on through! We made our way to our bus, 5 euros got us within walking distance of our hotel. We may have taken the long cut, with 20/30lb backpacks on, but we made it to the hotel. We were able to check in early and relieve ourselves of our luggage while avoiding the temptation to take a nap. I am sure it would have been the never ending nap since we had both been up for 22 hours at that point, but we had to power through! We headed ...
... the sunshine after a rainy week. Im thankful that we
have the time to be able to do things like that and truly enjoy what Madrid has
to offer. We enjoyed the small vendors set up and the musicians who set an
ambiance for our afternoon. I feel like we are all getting so close, and these
people are turning into my family away from home. It humbling to know that
people are so kind and have the same goals, it makes for a fun time and a lot of
inside jokes. Me and ...
... its free,at the end
of the tour you're sort of expected to tip the tour guide,making it no
longer free. But oh well,you live and learn! The royal
palace which Sigga and I later went into was AMAZING. Like so amazing
that I walked around the palace with my jaw to the floor the entire time
we were in there. It was immaculate. Nearly everything in the
palace,which is bigger than the Palace of Versailles, was original and that
was so cool to ...
I realised, with not long until we left for school, that the last day is a massive deal here and everyone dresses up; a lot! Girls who never showed any desire to wear makeup were caking it on and those who already did wear makeup looked plastic. As soon as they saw my lack-of-make-up they ran to the toilets with their plastic bags, sat me down on the bidet (in the middle of the room which has a grate over it to make it a seat) and suddenly I had more mascara on, lipstick and ...
... Along with eating tapas, drinking sangria and watching flamenco, watching a bullfight was on my "must do" list for Spain. So at my request, Simon had booked at Madrid’s famous bullring and incredibly beautiful building, Plaza de Toros Las Ventas, to watch one of the corridas that is held every Sunday from May to October. Before going, I spent a bit of the afternoon googling toreo (the art of bullfighting) that many Spaniards consider being a ...