As I left my hotel in Segovia, the sun appeared for a brief moment. I took a taxi to the AVE train station, out of town because of the newish high speed line. In half an hour I was at Chamartin Station in Madrid. I was given a room on the 6th floor of the Barcelo Imagine Hotel, with a view over the entry into the station. I could watch trains coming and going all afternoon. I was also intrigued by watching for the homeless occupant of a shack on a piece of waste ground just below me. They had obviously been there for some time.
My hotel in Segovia
Photo taken from the giant picture window in Segovia Station
View from my window over Madrid Chamartin Station
This hotel has a music theme, including this floor piano
That's about it for the last day of my travels. I must say that the weather hasn't been the best, but I've not experienced the extremes that some people have on the Camino up north. The section of the Camino I did last year around Pamplona has been completely flooded because of mountain streams dumping their load into the river. Some pilgrims trying to cross found themselves and their possessions up to their necks in water! One girl lost her mobile phone in the stream. The police finally closed the track and bussed people away. So, it could have been worse!