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Our room was ready at 12:30, reception was courteous and professional. Room is adequate size, large bed, modern bathroom. Free wifi in room. A five minute walk across the street from Atocha train station in central Madrid. Less than 15 minute walk to a variety of nice restaurants and cafes and the Prado, Thyssen-Bornemisza and Reina Sofía Art Museums.
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We boarded the train in Pamplona at 8:10 this morning to retrace our route in reverse, made exactly a month ago, back to Madrid. We traveled "turista" this trip vs "preferente" a month ago. We found it difficult to differentiate between the two, other than the difference in price of 32€. We were again entertained by the passing scenery which …
Last night in San Sebastián and we are well and truly into the Spanish lifestyle. It's 8pm and everyone including small children are out and about. Playing, walking,eating drinking and generally spending family time together; very relaxing. An impromptu performance of Flamengo right in the middle of the main thoroughfare had us spellbound for quite some time. Sitting in a tapas bar with ...
... many huge, mature trees and perfect, grassy spots for an evening picnic. It has a nice sized lake that has row boats for rent, that's another item on Oliver's birthday list of activities. We visited the lake, but have not yet rented a boat. We have found a couple play areas for the kids. It is a great way for us to rest and meet some natives and for the kids to meet other children their age and play and converse. Amelie had been the most outgoing of all ...
... would stand and all. It was free to get into and so amazing that I was going to give them a few euros but there was no tip box!!!
Next was Parque del Retiro - a massive park in the middle of the city - just across the road that is widely compared to Times Square. It was given to Madrid from the Royals in the 19th century and was previously used by them for shooting wild animals, but now only cats remained.
The whole park was gorgeous, perfectly ...
... tiny cobblestoned street to our first Spanish casa!
Richard Barrow, the owner of the apt, met us and showed us around, then gave us tons of great tips on where to eat, what to see and do and other survival skills for Madrid and Spain in general. Such as, the letters 'c' and 'z' are pronounced 'th' in Spanish because several hundred years ago a King of Spain had a son with a lisp, so to save him embarrassment the King decreed ...