A Change in Plans: Returning to Madrid

A Change in Plans: Returning to Madrid

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The internet isn’t nearly short of blogs and Instagram accounts that glamorize solo travel. I have to admit, for the first couple months, it’s a blast. I get a rush of energy when I arrive in a new city. Everything I see is fresh, and there’s endless experiences to discover. But I’d be lying if I said that that adrenaline rush didn’t wear off after a few days. At that point, practicality starts to hit you. Where do I grocery shop? Where do I go out? What do I do? How do I get there? Who do I know here?

That’s how I felt traveling through Spain. It started to become less fun and felt more like work. I had a blast when I visited Madrid in July so I figured I’d head over to capital of Spain for 2 weeks before spending the weekend in Lisbon and flying home for the holidays. This way I’d have a bit of stability for more than 1 week (yay!) during my 6-week trip.

I love Madrid!

Breakfast on my Madrid balcony
Churros at the Chocolatería San Ginés
Hotel Window in Madrid
Scooter in Malasaña, Madrid
Pink architecture in Malasaña, Madrid
Orange architecture in Malasaña, Madrid
Scooter in Malasaña, Madrid
Orange and coral buildings in Malasaña, Madrid
Cheers to you, Madrid!
Pink architecture in Madrid
A street in Malasaña, Madrid
Palacio de Cibeles
Palacio de Cibeles
Top of the Palacio de Cibeles
View of the Metropolis Building, Madrid
Metropolis Building, Madrid
Metropolis Building, Madrid
Girlboss and a cappuccino
Wine on my Madrid balcony

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