Travelodge Torrelaguna Madrid
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... it's what you think it is - usually delicious and even better with a glass of red! The coffee is good and usually costs less than 2 euros which isn't bad.
So, we have walked and walked and wondered the streets and have seen, what I think is a lot of this city. Ready to move on now travelling south, where I am hoping the weather will be a little warmer - bit fresh here!
... the busy city streets.
We started with a lovely nachos platter with fresh avocado and vegetables. Then Lars had a Vegetable Curry and I had Zucchini Fritters. The portions were huge and so were we by the time we finished! Supper was going to be a light affair after that lunch!
Afterwards we walked off some of those calories as we found our way back to our hotel in time for a siesta. Who knows what the evening will bring?
... After meeting an interesting waiter named Luigi (who also was in love with Ashly) and getting his business card (apparently he is an aspiring singer), we went to the bar where Anderson works. We were there for a while before deciding to go home. We got pictures with all of them, and there were some strange street performers we saw as well. It's all on Facebook. Amazingly, we were home by midnight.
Whew - I'm exhausted.
... plane food was pretty good.
Speaking of which, I’m about to be served some breakfast: a banana muffin and coffee and juice. I think this is exactly the pick me up I need (although I hate bananas.)
I’m trying to think of something to say, but I’m so tired that nothing is coming to mind. I’ll write later when my mind is a little clearer!
KNOWLEDGE OF THE ...
... 8217;s bags off at the apartment, collecting an extra set of keys, and trying not to wake David up, we jumped on a bus headed for the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia.
After getting into the Centro de Arte for free with our student IDs, we walked past and admired quite a lot of modern art, including Picasso’s Guernica, a dark painting completed in the late 1930s in response to the bombing of Guernica, Spain. We exited via a glass elevator on ...