Tryp Madrid Alcala 611
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Ok so after my 2 hours kip there are 4 hours 38 mins left of the flight, so chance to watch another film, have breakfast watch some TV programmes and eventually we land. Bags grabbed and rush off to find our connecting flight. Whilst queuing up for security Kirsty asks where's her hat?
Its still on the plane! So with 50 mins til our flight, Kirsty and I run back to our plane, sweet talk a copper into letting us back on, ...
... dome. Dinner was spent at la trangalua, another 3 course special of squid ink with lentils soup, mushroom fish and broccoli rissoto and miel fuei dessert. As it was our final nght in madrid and also the end of our trip we went to see a flamenco show. The dance style is such swift and strong movements and a lot of leg and feet "tap dancing". We enjoyed the 1hr 45 min show over unlimited sangria The last day of our trip was spent training back to barcelona. On arrival we checked ...
... Where we were located was where the Spanish monarchy was leaving by car. I SAW THE SPANISH KING AND QUEEN. KING FELIPE VI WAVED IN MY GENERAL DIRECTION. After he rounded the roundabout, the gates on the other side of the rotary opened up and he was off. We were the last part of the parade to see the King (there was the whole other half of the route that didn't get to see him). Because Ian lives considerably close to where we saw the parade, we began walking back to his ...
We got to Madrid early in the afternoon, Spain time, after our experience in Merida. The route in was a bit of an interesting one. We sort of came into the town and then we were under the city and emerged in the centre of it. On the wrong side of the road for our apartment, so I illegally did a U-turn in front of some very bemused folks and pulled up right outside the apartment. Found a car park ...
So, we arrived in Madrid with a hostel booked, but absolutely no directions on how to get there. The website said "directions from train station: taxi 20 minutes, metro 40 minutes." That's it. Oh, and an address. Plaza de San Miguel 5. So we were pretty lost when we got there. I looked it up on google maps when we were in Valencia and saw that it was somewhere near one train station. Now we had no real map, only screen shots ...