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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... that you throw on the ground in front of you. We had piles all around us and could hear the constant crunching of the shells opening under 1000 set of jaws, everywhere you looked. Smoking and nuts, nuts and smoking. After the game we caught the metro back and witnessed worlds most packed train platform. The first train to pull up was packed before we could move more than 3 metres so we patiently waited for the next carriage to come carry us towards the city packed as ...
... cultural extreme to another is mind blowingly difficult and weird. Absolutely everything is opposite to one another and your brain can't configure what is right or wrong. In Africa the people are black and wear second hand clothing and shoes bought off a blue tarp lying on the dirt on the side of the road. In Madrid the people are white and wear brand new designer clothing with matching accessories from multi-level department stores. In Africa the women ...
Day 5 - Arzua to Amenal 23 km
In Spanish, the word for hill is cuesta. Cuesta also means cost. Well the hills have cost us knee and blister problems. I have become very familiar with Dr. Scholl's moleskin, Help! I have a blister, and Compeed. The daily triage consists of bandaging all affected areas and hoping that you didn't miss anything. Upon stopping for the day, removing all bandages to allow the skin to breathe.
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... with the internet and I was able to upload several photos during the course of our journey.
Our breakfast was soon delivered and consisted of fresh fruit, some pancakes with an applesauce and cinnamon topping. It wasn't elaborate but very nice to enjoy while taking in the Spanish countryside.
We saw many vineyards, olive groves, almond orchards as well as wind farms. The terrain was a bit less mountainous ...
... the capola. From the capola we could go out and view the city. The cathedral is a mixture of modern and traditional designs and some of the locals have difficulty coming to grips with this mixture. Have a look at the ceiling in one of the attached photos - not your usual frescoes. The museum was interesting and definitely exhibits some of the wealth of the church - gold, silver, jewels etc. Say no more!