Sercotel Suites Viena
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... were to make me better and half a litre of flat lemonade (which I was expected to finish). I felt so bad because they'd gone to so much effort to make me feel better!
At 4:30 we went to the Alcobendas train station and met Santi, Sergi, Angi, Sergi and Alicia who we were with yesterday and two other new ones, Sergi (#2) was the perfect person to come because he's a Madrid tour guide so we were getting a free and personal tour from the worlds most passionate ...
... shuttle bus to get back to the airport. Very Convenient. Our flight is with Iberia, a cut price airline which we are hoping has a good safety record.
We get into Madrid at just before 9pm and catch the train into the city from which it is a 10 minute walk to our hotel. At the hotel the owner Miguel is on the desk and seems a really nice guy. Our room is great too. We`ll have 2 full days to explore Madrid which we are really looking forward to. Spain is a new country for both of us!
... in the hat somewhat.
Real Madrid's stadium seemed to be the highlight of the second tour. Founded in 1902, they wear white as home strip, have loads of trophies and cups and about 70,000 card carrying supporters. Ho hum.
We had had enough of the tourist bus, so after we had passed through el Viso, the smart end of town where there are houses rather than flats, we hopped off and went in search of la plaza de santa Ana. Ricardo had recommended a ...
Our final stop was Madrid. So we bookended the trip with the two big cities, Barcelona and Madrid.
Madrid is nice. We walked around a couple of the main plazas often, since our hostal was very close to both of them. And we only had to take one metro line 3 or 4 stops to get most of wherever we wanted to go, so it was easier to get around than Barcelona also.