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... a huge new station that obviously (now) services most of the country lines. We thought it was Chamatin but soon managed to sort things out. Despite the fact that the metro places far too many steps in our way we found our hotel, booked in and have done some washing before venturing out and about. The hotel map is excellent and their advice the same so we are looking forward to a busy few days here.
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... interrupted, to be told that there was no Tango class only Salsa on Wednesday :( we leave tomorrow!!!!! I had emailed them and everything but no response :( this was the dare that I was most looking forward to! But.... We have devised a plan so it will still be pretty cool when we do it! Wednesday morning we say good bye to Madrid and on to Berlin. Madrid has been another highlight! So much culture here and we came at the right time! Spain is an amazing country we are definitely coming back here! :) ...
... our first anniversary together :) I went to the Parque de Atracciones with my friends Ian and Victoria, and was introduced to Mateo, their madrileño friend through an intercambio program (intercambio is where you practice languages with natives). And holy cow, was this park awesome! Granted, because it was a Sunday, the lines for the rides were a bit longer but definitely worth it! I have to give a shout out to Mateo for bringing a coupon that saved us 8€ on ...
... there are a lot of sculptures of Spanish people which are all works of art, all interesting in their own right and just, well, relaxing. They also provide a cooling feel to the city. As it is landlocked, it needs the gardens to provide the respite from the heat. There are a few fountains scattered throughout the gardens, adding the sounds of water to the ambience of the whole area. And tourists. We passed a group of Australian tourists, talking about how they ...
... long are you travel ling for?' that had become all too common.
I'd read about a jam session being held at a bar not too far from our hostel and we convinced Jim to come with us for a sneaky beer. We walked for around 15 minutes, following the directions from the map on my phone, before coming to a street that looked fairly quiet. Unconfident that we were heading in the right direction, and hoping that I'd not lead everyone astray, we continued until we reached the place marked ...