The R*n starts at 2pm!
There’s a R*n on Friday as well, details here: https://madridhhh.com/2019-red-dress-friday-run/
Run No.: 2365
Date: Sunday 7th April 2019
Time: 2pm – 14:00h
Fee: 5€, it covers all the drinks and the snacks.
If you need a lift to get to the run, PLEASE let us know beforehand so we can arrange it, seats are limited sometimes.
Location: Parque del Oeste (Casa de Campo)
GPS: [40°25’35.4″N 3°43’29.2″W] or [40.426509, -3.724779]
Directions by public transport: More info?
There are several options by metro:
Principe Pío Station: lines 6 & 10. This station is also accesible by Cercanías trains. There will be flour to the CP from this station, visitors are recommended to use this one, exit Paseo del Rey.
Principe Pio metro is also on the R (Ramal) line. This is a short line – it starts at Opera and ends at Principe Pio (with no stop in between). You can get to Opera on foot from Plaza Santa Ana in 10-15 minutes. Alternatively it´s one stop from Sol on line 2. From there you follow the other directions (leave through the Paseo del Rey exit and follow flour.)
Argüelles station: lines 3, 4 & 6.
Ventura Rodríguez Station: line 3.
Driving directions (from Cuzco):
Go to Moncloa & follow Calle Princesa, then turn right in the Argüelles metro corner to go to Parque del Oeste.
Continue straight into the park & take the second exit at the roundabout, then turn right after you see a car park.
Our CP will be at the end of that street.
Hashers could give the Google Map on the website to taxi drivers and go that way. However, the street has no name which I think will cause all sorts of confusion. A clearer way of getting there is to:
Get a cab to Casa Mingo, Paseo de la Florida 34 https://goo.gl/maps/HoW8eGfYzMG2
This is a famous old restaurant in Madrid – every taxi driver should know it. From there, there will be flour to the car park but basically you go up the left-hand-side of Casa Mingo as you are looking at it (i.e. with the small church on your left – that’s also the church where Goya is buried). Go into the park and then cross the footbridge over the railway track.
Hares: All You Can Eat, El Sordo & Bottoms Up
Restaurant arranged for afterwards.