Travelodge Torrelaguna Madrid
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... there wasn't much to do. I was too exhausted to take photos so just wondered around aimlessly going into the same shops two or three times - which made security more suspicious. Security watches me like a hawk anyway because I'm so retarded when I shop, walking in circles in patterns that only make sense to me. I found a gorgeous pink top for 4€ but the lady in front of me in the queue was holding the same top - a 50 year old ugly, hairy lady. I wanted warmth ...
... was told to "open your eyes", can't you see your not allowed up there"... must be the favourite nun saying thought in the nunnery as well as making the appropriate sound and hand signal when telling you to "nik off'!! Madrid have the food situation all sorted. There are "butcher/delicatessen" shops full of prosciutto hanging drying out. They all have a bar in them and the ability to buy a roll or tapas. Literally, you are standing around with your food and ...
... a day for that very reason, but because of the delayed flight we didn't have that luxury. Some of the highlights/famous paintings from El Prado were: 'The Garden of Earthly Delights' by Hieronymus Bosch 'Las Meninas' by Velázquez Various paintings by "El Greco" Various paintings by Albrech Druer (remember him from Nuremberg, Germany?) Francisco de Goya, "Charles IV of Spain and His Family" The Thyssen museum is primarily known as an impressionist and ...
... walking into the classroom and teasing me for falling asleep.
During break, Ashley, Eva, Sasha, Ytsel, Alyssa, and I talked about our trip to Granada this weekend. We began to plan what bus we ...
... rooms--only about 25 out of more than 2000 in the entire building. And the setting, in downtown Madrid, isn't very special in my opinion. Certainly you do not see the huge expanse of fantastic gardens and fountains that surround Versailles or Schonbrun. But it's still pretty good inside!
Here also is a pair of new modern buildings our travel book advised us to go see.