The one thing I love about Europe is that I can travel to a new country rather inexpensively and get to experience a new culture. Each country has its own cuisines, traditions, and history. There is so much to see and do!
Madrid is so different from London. First off, it’s BOILING THERE, an average of 36-degree Celsius (97 Fahrenheit) a day. We did a lot of walking but of course a lot of resting as well. It’s a very clean city and the people are very friendly. Uber services are quite limited (compared to London) but that was fine because most of the places we went were very accessible.
The best way to travel is on EasyJet. Flying from London to Madrid only took 2.5 hours. Always remember to check in online. We forgot to and we checked in at the airport. We were seated separately, and I almost didn’t make it on the flight.
My first impression of Madrid – hot policeman. My sister is trying to locate our uber while I have my eyes on the cop in the back (who speaks very limited English) therefore, it was just eye candy for us. =)
Do you think this is big enough? I think my grandma can see it too. I think it’s hilarious!
It was nice to stay at a hotel. It feels so good to have someone make my bed every day.