Travelodge Torrelaguna Madrid
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... they started and ended, what was on them, and where
we could eat. Which was not only a great way to get out and see the major
elements of Madrid but also orient ourselves with everything else. Unlike
yesterday, today I remembered my map J
Ovi was an awesome companion because his Spanish is a lot more advanced then me
and Tamar and he is more familiar with Spanish slag. We wandered around and
completed the ...
... the palace's exterior when seen from the front, but is quite exquisite when seen from the back.
From there, we zig-zagged through the streets and made our way to Plaza Mayor where the much anticipated 2013 Iberico Ham Festival was underway. I'm sure as you can imagine, with me being a vegetarian and Troy allergic to pork, we weren't exactly this festival's target audience, but it drew hoards of people to the ...
... If booking.com can't fix it I'll go thru my credit card. We got a taxi to our new hotel....a beautiful room with a loft with another bed...2 air conditioners which are blowing at full blast. We could leave mayonnaise out all night if we wanted to. The hotel is located steps from the palace and cathedral with many tapas restaurants to choose from. The desk attendant is a sweet girl who couldn't be nicer, much different that DICK...I'll call her ...
... I mean, feet aren't the greatest. They definitely rank toward the bottom of body parts I'd like to touch, taste, smell, look at, (hear?) but but I'm not going to go as far as to absolutely forbid their public exposure within the comfort of my own home. Which is exactly what the Spaniards do.
It's absurd. After a long day of walking around the city, during which I've probably gotten lost and walked double what I originally intended, not to mention ...
... 9:30 pm, so we got out for some late night wine and tapas (Spanish small plates) at two bars close to our hotel, before crashing for the day.
**Oh and about our blog title, "Por Favor, No Molestar", this is Spanish for "Do not distrub". We were amused every night when we had to put a "No Molestar" sign on our door, so the name stuck!