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... January 8, 2013, Day 182
3 hrs, 7.0 kms
While Madrid itself is an amazing city to explore, the surrounding countryside is perhaps the most dreary I've experienced for a European city. Flat, drab, lifeless... and it seems the only way to get out of the city in any direction is walking alongside a freeway.
I'm hoping that Leganes will redeem my quest to turn Madrid in to Superhike. Leganes does have a nice park, a couple of interesting statues (like a ...
... it. Some parts of the exam were really easy - others ********e section we had to match "must have", "could have", "should have", "must not have" and "couldn't have" which was so hard because for most you could use more than one and still be right. Other questions were extremely vague and just confused me all together. The exam conditions were so relaxed that the whole time I had people come stand behind me to copy and no one said a thing. Or they would shout "Meli (how they spell ...
... of questions since we arrived about the effects of the hurricane. Fortunately, flying out of Philadelphia instead of New York - no issues.
We ordered the "necessities package" and found it delivered as promised - bread, coffee, milk, bacon, cereal, juice, fruit and wine. I'm going to like it here - wine is considered a breakfast staple.
Good night from Mijsa Costa near Malaga on the shores of the Mediterranean sea.
... France play at our hotel. After a brief nap I went to the lobby to get on the Internet and catch up on the blogging. Ben came down and suggested that we go into the bar and save seats and have a Mojito. Seemed like a father and son thing to do but it could be a stare to an ugly path! Even as old as I anthem youth can teach, while they enjoy their drinks it is never done in excess. We had on Mojito and a beer during the game and that was it. I ...
... so good, but I didn't dare try them all. I never imagined Spanish food was so...odd!
Once we had enough tapas for the day we headed for some plain churros with melted chocolate dip. The churros themselves were pretty much just like Mexican churros, minus the sugar. Instead you dip them in chocolate. It was a bit different but very good. We enjoyed them outdoors on a little plaza behind a church by the heaters. A perfect way to wrap up our first adventure in Madrid. ...