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Buddies in the Prado

One of Tattenhall Online's editorial team headed off to Madrid last week to watch the Champions League Final.

Fans of both Liverpool and Spurs had to use their imagination and ingenuity in their travel and hotel arrangements in order to avoid paying top dollar. Your correspondent decided to fly to Nantes in Brittany and then take three days travelling each way via Bordeaux, San Sebastian and Segovia.

On his return he read about the appalling behaviour of many England fans now in Portugal and he wanted to put on record that 99.99% of Liverpool and Spurs fans and the Madrilenians got along absolutely fine.

The top picture shows four buddies visiting the Prado Art Gallery in Madrid a few hours before the game; the lower picture shows the victorious Liverpool team parading the trophy in front of their adoring fans.

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