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Old September 25th, 2008, 02:09 AM   #1
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Default Skating in Madrid area

Iíll be traveling to Spain soon. It would be cool to hit the road with the some nice polyurethane 110mm wheels with the aim of performance skating.

If you know places around Madrid, Toledo, Segovia, Avila, please share.
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Old January 6th, 2009, 03:32 PM   #2
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Youíve got to be kidding me, EStealth! Toledo, Segovia, Avila are some ancient cities with walls, stone streets, yes they keep it well restored, a lot of tourists and all that. Take a break, forget the skates; go see some cultural and architectural inheritance of the human kind.

I did have a nice trip, but no skating.
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Youíve got to be kidding me, EStealth! Toledo, Segovia, Avila are some ancient cities with walls, stone streets, yes they keep it well restored, a lot of tourists and all that. Take a break, forget the skates; go see some cultural and architectural inheritance of the human kind.

I did have a nice trip, but no skating.
Hilarious stub thread. Thank you for this.
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Old June 16th, 2017, 10:31 AM   #4
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To add info: if you are in Madrid and want to skate, Parque El Retiro is the place to go. Literally hundreds of skaters at certain times! They also have skate and protective gear rental, so you don't necessarily need to plan ahead/bring your own.
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