Melia Avenida America
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From Madrid to Heaven and a hole to view.
We arrived late lunch time (3pm) in Madrid. After checking-in to our accommodation, we put a load of washing on immediately (yeah baby! A washing machine!). We then popped out to the local supermarket for some supplies. On our way there and back, we stopped in a cool hand/local-made market and a local handmade shop. So cool and quirky. Even bought a present for a friend because it was PERFECT (well, I think it is, ...
... didn't spot many especially exciting or beautiful sights. Tonight we plan to eat at a large outdoor market and then board our very first night train to Lisbon. It should be a comfortable and more exciting way to travel. ~Meghan Yeah Madrid hasn't wowed us like Pamplona did but I think it just feels too big city and we are looking forward to the coastal and smaller towns. We have been very impressed with our first hostel ...
Well, my bags are packed, I'm ready to go, I'm standing here outside your door. I hate to wake you up to say goodbye. Ok, technically Eric woke me up :) and took me to the airport (after a Starbucks stop of course!) nice and early. I got checked in easy peasy, my checked bag a whooping 16LBS. There was little to no crowd and some ...
... out at the botanical gardens (we think). We then made our way over to the pond in the middle and looked at all the people going along in their rowboats. We then walked over to the glass house in the park. To be honest we were more interested in the turtles and ducks in the pond. So we stood and did turtle commentary for a little while! Then we made out way back to the hostel for what was supposed to be a BBQ at the hostel with a free drink. The guy told ...
... and through a series of 'barks' we were seeking the release of our pet dog. Imagine the four of us hand flapping and barking all at once in the office of a foreign Customs Office! Priceless! Anyway it turns out we were given the wrong paperwork so we forced to begin the process all over again. It took us 6 hours to get Ray released. We had been warned that in Spain, it was not uncommon to be sent to 3 or 4 different government departments to get the same ...