Travelodge Torrelaguna Madrid
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Well I now have an apartment, yay! I have three flatmates. Two gals from Canada who are here as foreign exchange students and a guy from Italy who is continuing his masters program. They're all nice people so I'm fortunate. I've made a few friends here as well who I met through my hostel before I left. They're students as well who will be here for several months, I've been hanging out with them the past few ...
... Along with eating tapas, drinking sangria and watching flamenco, watching a bullfight was on my "must do" list for Spain. So at my request, Simon had booked at Madrid’s famous bullring and incredibly beautiful building, Plaza de Toros Las Ventas, to watch one of the corridas that is held every Sunday from May to October. Before going, I spent a bit of the afternoon googling toreo (the art of bullfighting) that many Spaniards consider being a ...
... I utilized this final energy and we pushed ourselves to the top, crossed into Galacia and made it O Cebrario, a town classified as a historical monument. We completed a three hour climb in just over two hours. An hour after we arrived, the weather severely turned, the fog rolled in and we understood the mas tarde warnings. The weather changes from beautiful to cold to severe fog. We barely made it, but we made it. And I had a feeling I will never forget. Camino Tip del Dia: ...
... lawn,vibrant flower beds, and oversized statues. They not only serve as eyecandies but also produce a tranquil place in the middle of bustling metropolitan city. A large artificial lake near the northern entrance is very popular among families with children. They can rent boats or have picnics under shadows of big trees along the lake’s perimeter. Street ...
... the afternoon so we got our tickets for that train and while we were at it we booked the rest of our train tickets for the rest of the trip so we don't have any more surprises. I can't believe that we only have a few more train rides, a few more cities, then we head home. It really is pretty sad. We are ready though.Toledo is an old old Spainish city. It used to be the capital at one point. The train ride there was only about half an hour from Madrid. When ...
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