TH Las Rozas
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The NH Express hotels included free outdoor parking, breakfast and wifi for the same price that you'd pay for a double room in a hostel. Receptionists spoke English and gave good advice about places to eat and see.
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We left Alicante heading to Valencia this morning about 9:30. We thought 15 minutes was long enough for the train change but, once again, our train was pulling out of the station when we arrived! We rescheduled our tickets and met Mike about four hours late. As we were making reservations to travel to Pamplona, we met Tertia from South Africa who ...
... couple of meditations which, with the sound of the large fountain bubbling in the distance, were so relaxing and exactly what I needed.
Back at the hostel, Dane, George, Tess and I got to talking with an interesting older dude named, Jim. He had just completed a 800km walk as part of The Camino De Santiago pilgrimage starting in France and travel ling to Spain. He was a wise old owl and the conversations about life topics made for a welcome change to the, 'where are you from?' ...
... to see you soon. Honourable mentions... Roger. The crazy Dutch ******* who was the catalyst between me meeting Shawn White and the brothers Dodds, who all had a huge impact on my trip. Thank you Roger. Where ever the bloody hell you are. The naked man. The naked old lady (no photo of that. No one needs to see that) Sexy ken! Mona Lisa Yoda Simba The lawn mower that didn't chop my foot off Everyone in funny suits Everyone with a ratty/mullet for my enjoyment All the magnificent children I met on this ...
Breakfast at Alejandra's was all Swiss as her dad works there and comes here on the weekends so sweet pastry biscuits and the weirdest hot chocolate.
Lunch was different types of spaghetti; carbonara and bolognaise.
Sergis and David's birthday party was tonight so we all got dressed up to go to the disco. Dinner first, at El Molino Madrid with Diana, Lorii her friend, Nat, Santi, Triana, Nando, Fernabdos two ...
... seems to be red wine and lemonade over ice - surprisingly drinkable) and a delicious slice of raspberry cheesecake.
Sadly though this sugar rush is followed swiftly with a bit of a crash, my eyelids struggling to stay open. Knowing that we've got a big day of culture ahead of us tomorrow, we decide to postpone checking out the Chueca until tomorrow and hit the sack around 1am. After all, if it's banging on a Friday, it'll be off the hook on Saturday, ...