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... We then decided to call it a night and headed back to our hotel.
Tuesday, our last full day in Madrid, we decided to take in as many sites as we could. The sites we visited included Temple of Debod, Royal Palace, San Francisco el Grande Basilica, El Rastro, Atocha Train Station, and Retiro Park. We also stopped in the Prado Museum, Madrid's Louvre with one of the largest collections of European art in the world. I didn't realize that we were ...
... keep ones mind occupied. There are many chances to keep the mouth chewing or swallowing as one meal or drink quickly follows another. Throw in the entertainment available with an array of dud movies and even dudder-TV shows, plus games and other activities and one can be easily-enough occupied.
The crew did invoke a mid-flight lights out about midway through which seemed a lil premature (seeing we'd had left at 2.15pm Melbourne time) but I was happy to just chill while ...
... perspective on the beautiful city!
I could go on about this beautiful country for days, but I think the main reason for this entry is because looking back at WYD and the journey I had, alone as a young 16 year old, I realised how much this trip helped to open my eyes to the world and my surroundings. Travel has the power to change your life and the fact that this monumental experience ...
The train station was fantastic. The lockers used a printed RFID card system, so you just put your money in the machine, pick a locker number and it prints out an encoded card. All you have to do is wave your card in front of the locker and it opens for you. The other cool thing the train station had was a popcorn vending machine. You put in your money and it air-pops it for you right there. As for the SIM cards, I'm pretty proud of the fact that I was able ...
... gone into building the palace is fascinating.
The gardens are absolutely beautiful and there are even springs and little fountains where all the water comes directly from the mountains using gravity – not pipes (I got a little confused by the explanation of all that, but it was really interesting).
This filled in most of our morning and we said goodbye to four of our tour group here before we set about heading back to Madrid.