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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 ...
... higher last few days, do I go to a bullfight or not. I frontally decided that I was almost there so I should check it out. I caught the subway and arrived at the Ventas bullring. It's a beautiful building and was worth the trip just to see it. When you buy tickets you have to choose how close to the ring you want as well as Sun or shade. I didn't want to be close but I did want shade. Gates opened at 6pm. It's obviously entertainment for the old men of Madrid, they were there ...
... I'm at school. Come Thursday, the two of us will be flying on a plane to the Canary Islands which is off the coast of Africa, but under the rule of Spain. The weekend after Kenny leaves, all of the seminar programs will be going on one last trip as a group, but they have yet to tell us where that may be. Hopefully it's to Morocco because I'm too scared to go alone or with friends. The final weekend in March is going to be a little more low ...
... Rodriguez, our guide, are both from Portugal. Harder to understand Portuguese than Spanish. We crossed the Prime Meridian somewhere in the north of Spain; so we were under London time wise. It's a beautiful country and the coast is full of tourists. Now we head to Cordoba and Seville and catch a train back to Madrid. The circle will be complete. Sandman sherry bulls on the hills wherever we ...
... where we'll hang them - I feel a redecoration of the spare room coming on!!
At least we're able to see and appreciate them. The amount of too-cool-for-school Spaniards wearing shades as they walk around, knitwear draped round their shoulders, is highly amusing. Take off your sunglasses, amigos, and you'll see a lot more!
By the time we leave it's gone 1pm and our stomachs are growling audibly so we find a lovely restaurant and have an al ...