Travelodge Torrelaguna Madrid
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... It was dark and quiet and sans crowds (very important at this stage of the journey). We even had a lantern, so we felt like pilgrims from the middle ages. The arrival was exciting, but kind of anticlinactic because we realized the journey has been more important than the final destination. It has been great to reunite with people from along the way - lots of hugs and congratulations. Mass was cool too... They say the numbers of pilgrims who have ...
... of trying to write anything up or read. It was a good decision - when I got back, I felt fresh enough to try speed-walking through the Prado during free hours. I hopped the metro over to El Prado and got there around 6:45, so I had about an hour until closing at 8.
The Prado is certainly a lot more up my ally than the Reina Sofia. I saw the entirety of the bottom floor (floor 0) and then ran upstairs JUST in time to see Las Meninas. I ...
... because a country would not be worth visiting if it was perfect and superior in every way. That is what makes travelling interesting, they say that travel broadens the mind, and when on holiday anywhere in Europe, this saying couldn't be more true.
I’d just like to finish my last blog by saying thank you to everyone who has read about my journey over the last month, I hope you enjoyed reading it as much as I did writing it. I look forward to ...
... and still hasn't seen and done everything the city has in it! So with a touch of Barcelona beach envy in our hearts, a few of us decided to have una día en la playa también. Earlier in the week someone found some information about a riverside beach park in southwest Madrid. We hadn't seen any photos of the park and didn't even have an address, so with nothing but the metro stop its next to, we had desayuna ...
... through immigration and customs with no problems. I withdrew some euros from an ATM and we were off to the hour-long metro ride to our apartment in the city. I had been a little apprehensive about how we would get six Americans from one end of Madrid to the middle of it, including the two train transfers in-between but it was fine. However, the locals did keep looking us up and down like a circus sideshow had come to town. As six, tall, white people – or rather five, ...