Posada del Dragon (Madrid)
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... the street from where I live! It's your typical Hard Rock, where there are many clothing items and instruments from famous artists. Some of my favorites at the Hard Rock Madrid include the drum head of Stuart Copeland from the Police, a love letter written by Slash to Michelle Young (the girl behind "My Michelle") and a guitar used by the late Ritchie Valens.
And this week I FINALLY went to a Corte Ingles, a very well-known chain store here that sells pretty ...
... stumble over my words in whatever language I'm speaking.
8. I sprint to the wrong platform.
9. I realized I screwed up, and sprint to the right one.
10. I get on the train 30 seconds before the doors close, and fist pump in success. Sometimes I throw up from excitement. Not really. But almost.
So after steps #1-10, I sat in my seat, happy that I've finally got the hang of traveling and finding my way. Funny how ...
... café was a large church. We couldn't resist. The main altar was very simple and sparse, but the ceilings were insanely colorful, bright, and fun. There was also some beautiful stained glass, as one would expect. We found out shortly that the main entrance to this church faces the palace.
Diane's book said entry to the palace was expensive, so we thought we'd find out to see if it was worth it. There ...
... seat so was nice to look out over the countryside, all very different than france, lots of mounts and empty spaces. Arrive in Madrid and following the people and the signs to the baggage exit. I stop for a quick pee break and lose the people that I'd recognised from the flight so just keep following the signs. Goes on forever and I actually end up in Terminal 1 baggage claim area not Terminal 2 where I came in. I can't backtrack but follow signs to terminal 1 and ...
... didn’t really have a heap planned for the day, only a trip out to the Bernabau, the home of Real Marid (football team). The tour was really pretty good, it was a self guided walk around the entire stadium on a set route. We were able to see the VIP seats, change rooms, pitch, grandstand, pitch side seats and the museum. Was awesome to see behind the scenes of one of the biggest clubs in the world! Finishing the tour we headed back to the hostel and rested up ...