Travelodge Torrelaguna Madrid
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... I found myself a power point to do some recharging. I spent the next hour or so sitting on my pack- I noticed I was getting some strange looks and that people were sort of taking a wide birth as they walked past. I realized they were trying to work out if I was a begger. I had a little chuckle but really should have put out a cup to see what I got. The strange looks were probably trying to work out why I was begging when I could afford an ...
... that this crazy awesome iPad has a whole range of punctuation at my disposal ie. the upside down exclamation mark used this way in ĦMadrid! a lot, and accent puncuation marks. ĦSweet!
Crossing the street to get to the Prado I came upon another demonstration. Maybe this is a somewhat normal thing in Spain? This time it was something about teachers and students. It completely shut down many streets and ...
... our trip. Once it was time to head to the train station we found a super market and stocked up on the essentials-jamon, water, orange juice, and boxed wine.
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... As you may know, unemployment is at about 25% here and the banks were just bailed out. Well, let me tell you why I believe the economy sucks.
- THEY DON'T WORK. The entire country takes off from July to August. WHAT?! Two months of vacation. A casual two month hiatus from real life for everyone in this country. It's like summer vacation for the rest of your life. Spain is looking very, very good. They get to nap in the middle ...
... because it overlooks Madrid, so I'm sure that we will go visit it then at some point in time. The rest of the weekend was pure relaxation. We spent our time laying out in the sun at the park, visiting the El Rastro flea market, watching March Madness basketball, and exercising. It was wonderful to catch up after a stressful week! In a week and a half we'll be leaving for spring break, and I can not wait to see all that Italy has to offer!