El Encanto de Miraflores
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... the one in Madrid) that was
stunning inside. I put pictures below. Seville also has this enormous
cathedral which contains the tomb of Christopher Columbus(more pictures
below). It also had a bell tower that you could climb up to the top of
and get an amazing view of the city. It was so cool! After getting a
large serving of gelato Sigga and I hopped into a train heading to our last
destination: Granada. Granada was also really cool,but besides the ...
... the passion and pain of Goya.
The spaces in which these were shown ranged from vaulted massive rooms 120 metres or more to "smaller" spaces with 15 metre ceilings. As a last gambit before we left we went into a special collection that had a Durer self portrait that I am fond of. The background of the pieces I just spoke of were 1200 other pieces, mostly religious or of the nobility being self congratulatory. There was not ...
... that specialized in cuisine from Galicia, which is Northwestern Spain, above Portugal. After a great meal, including a first for mom and I- delicious razor clams, we went to bed to rest up for more Madrid exploring the next day.
We had a couple of jam-packed sightseeing days in Madrid. We had a few days of being doused in rain but we also had a day or two where it was beautiful and the sun was shining. We explored the Palace ...
... start a family of her own. The rest of the day I thought would be forever unending as I am not the greatest party person and like to be in bed early. Looking at the lights n the trees I am wondering who is going to be around to see them as it gets dark in Madrid around 10. The wedding was over by 1 and then I found numerous very interesting people that spoke English and before I knew it it was time for dinner. Fabulous is the work for the food and the service. ...
... It looked like corn bread; however, it was sweet. I asked the waitress what it is called. She said it was biscocho (biscuit). I told her we really liked it so she brought us two more pieces.
Just after we finished the biscocho she brought the pan con tomate. The bread comes dry. There was a dish with the tomato sauce. The sauce also contained small diced onions. One drizzles olive oil on the bread ...