Sercotel Suites Viena
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... and their dog to the closest metro station in Madrid where I arrived at half 1 a.m! Crazy!
In one hour I was by the front door of my friend's house, safe and all :)
Maybe it wasn't smart to walk alone at night on the streets but as I promise myself all the time that the next time I will take care more and plan all in advance to avoid potential risk.. ekhm yes so -next time! Now ...
... not really that big of a deal. Well that's kind of my specialty. Plus, you read the whole thing, so which one of us is more irrational here? But footwear culture here is just another one of those little bitty things that makes Spain Spain. But ******mit I wish I could be barefoot.
After taking that picture of my bare foot, I was overcome by its powerful stench. Now I don't know what to think. Still definitely did not smell like cheese though.
... headed off to explore Plaza Del Sol and Gran Via, where Thu found her perfect navy coat from Zara and I found my camel swing cape-coat to find that the catalogue was better than reality. And that brings us to now, sitting in bed #3 in room 10 in Way Hostel, waiting for 8:30 so that I can go to sleep. Tomorrow brings us more meandering around Madrid and then a flight to Marrakesh! Exciting :) Today's expenditure: Metro - 5€ Lunch - 7.20€ Total - ...
... And it's clean. And there's nobody asking you for change or basically living on the train.
Madrid is really unlike anywhere I've been. The streets can be hard to navigate because they twist and turn every which way, and the smaller side street names change when they intersect with bigger streets, even if the smaller street "continues" on the other side. The architecture is beautiful and very... European. I also love that most restaurants have ...