Sercotel AB Rivas
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... to say the least. It was getting late and we needed to be up early the next morning to catch our flight back home, so we called it a night and headed back to our hotel to pack our bags.
The next morning, we had breakfast at the hotel and checked out around 8 a.m. and caught the metro back to the airport. Our time in Madrid was fun. Madrid is a lively city full of charm. We are thankful we were able to experience it, even though is was a short trip.
... can only assume we were doing that sort of speed as we flashed past the landscape. But even at this speed, we travelled smoothly with only a most gentle sway and minimal noise. Amazing.
The train was scheduled to depart at 13.45 and it did exactly that and I mean to the second. One minute we were sitting smoothly wondering why there weren't many passengers in our carriage and then we were almost imperceptibly moving alongside the long platform with a steady acceleration until ...
... man come and talk to me, falling on top of my chair, and grabbing my shoulders. Obviously annoyed, I took my reading inside where the game was going on. Here, an older drunk spanish man was screaming at all the girls and being equally as obnoxious. Clearly I made a mistake with this place.
Frustrated and a little upset, I messaged Nick and told him I would probably need to change hostels soon because this place wasn't my scene. I took a break ...
A weekend away where we repeatedly broke every cardinal rule of dining. Our lips chapped and our shoulders burnt as we basked under the 24 degrees Spanish sun. We drank Sangria in preference to water (When in Spain right?) which laid the perfect foundation for a very fun Saturday and a very slow sunday. Before arriving in Madrid though, picture this...
Your waiting for a train to Gatwick Airport at your local National ...
... water. The girls had planned to go to the Museo Sorolla later in the day, but I took the precaution of ringing ahead - and, well I never, they were closed! So, a change of plan....Liz and I got back on the tour bus, this time doing Route 1, and we arranged to meet the girls for afternoon tea at the cute little cafe (Olivia te Cuida) in the trendy Chueca district, 30 mins north of the flat. The bus tour was by now VERY busy, and the day was rather too hot for us, so we felt a ...