TRYP Madrid Chamberi Hotel
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... the gangway and get to the plane just before the flight crew depart, let back on find our seat and to Kirsty's relief her hat! We then have to leg it back off the plane and to security, blunder our way through and make our way to our gate for the flight to Heathrow.
The queue is massive, the plane is full, its delayed, but does get us back to LHR, we get through border security and collect our bags and make our way home.
... hotel, H10 metropolitan which was a nice art decor building with plenty of interesting furniture and book rooms to admire! We also visited the Museo d'art with it's expansive views and stunning facade and roof top terrace! Afterwards we went back to Barceloneta for a salad and paella dinner. Spent the last moments of the night having hot chocolate and reading the design books in the lounge downstairs. And that is all for such an amazing trip. Breathtaking and just a life time of ...
... for the host to meet us. Five minutes later, Pablo met us organised the garaging for the car and we were introduced to his wonderful flat. It was on the eighth floor with a little terrace and the most fantastic view over the Palacio Real and Jardine's de Sabatini.
We sat and blobbed for a while then decided we were getting hungry, so we headed across town to where Dimi and Mick ...
... google map and a general idea of where we wanted to go. Needless to say we got lost but in the end found the hostel (except the name on the doorbell did not match the name of the hostel.) This hostel seems more like a hotel, we have our own room but share a bathroom. There's no common room or kitchen or anything like that but it was pretty cheap, so no complaints here. Again, we're across the road from another market! ...
... open, a ton of people are out walking around or eating or drinking so it was fun to see. I walked up a bit of the Gran Via, and then another mostly-pedestrian street. Ran into a Alimentacion and got some little bits of dinner and finally found a small notebook that I can use to keep track of my spending.
Now I'm going to just wind down a bit at the hostel - finish this blog post, maybe play with my pictures a bit, and do some planning for Toledo tomorrow.