The end of the (Spanish) road

The seventh – and, mercifully, the final – part of the Spanish Tour (2014) is below.

It is a trip from the outskirts of Madrid in to the heart of the city.

If it were London, it would be from the M25-ish in to Marble Arch.

So with those comparisons in mind, have a good look at the quality of the Madrid roads, and compare them with the quality of the roads in London.

Two capital cities.

Two very different pictures, with regard to road quality.

I blame the politicians.

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2 Responses to The end of the (Spanish) road

  1. Masher says:

    Aren’t the motorways abroad just a joy to drive on? Nothing at all like their UK counterparts.

    That was a bloody nice hotel room!

    • Brennig says:

      Why do countries (not Belgium, obv) so much worse off than the UK have transport infrastructure so much better than the UK ?