Sercotel AB Arganda
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We all woke up fairly hungover from our various expeditions today. At some point we all congregated very hungry in the lobby to use internet and debrief on the night's events. Your night at kapital sounded very fun but I was still skeptical if it would have been worth my 20 euro. After quite some time me, you and Michael managed to crawl out of ...
Day 2 in Madrid was heavy on Spanish culture - which was an amazing thing! We started the day at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia. Rick Steves described the Reina Sofia as one of Europe's "most enjoyable modern art museums", which we thought was a bit of an oxymoron. But, given Rick's strong recommendation, we decided to start our day there. A short morning walk from our apartment, this beautiful building anchors a really cool city plaza filled with cafes ...
fresh tapas and local goods like cheese and meat, I cant wait to go back there
and maybe even enjoy a picnic! We pretty much went full circle and got a good
idea of where everything was in comparison to us. All the places were so
different and im thankful we got all of Madrid touristy stuff out of the way.
Obviously im excited to see more of the things in depth but it was a good first
day. We walked for around 4 hours and got back ...
*** The mysteriously empty neighbourhood had been haunting me for months and I had been trying to research absolutely anything and everything to work out what had happened. Finally (6 months later) I have an answer - the 4000 residents had been complaining of the high consentration of bars (which i had noticed) and the council refused to do anything about it. Due to this, the residents began moving out... with no residents there were no workers for the ...
... little by little. It was all over the Spanish news that night. People were dying, people were losing limbs. The realization that some people had woken up that morning to run a marathon and went to bed that night missing a limb, was setting in on me. I felt horror, shock, sadness. We discussed the happenings at dinner. Antonio immediately expressed his feelings. He thought for sure it was Al Qaeda. This thought hadn’t even crossed my mind. In fact, I had yet to even ...