In London, people run. Not to play sports, that too, but to get to the scene. Despite this, it is surprising that many of the thousands of people who visit the burning chapel of Isabella II join the queue almost running, to begin a wait of up to 24 hours during which they have today received the encouragement of King Charles III. .
Even the prospect of enduring the rigors of the weather – the thermometer drops to seven degrees at night – does not intimidate the mass of people who, it must be said, although they seem to arrive in haste afterwards, show the greater civility within the line.