4C Bravo Murillo
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Last day in Spain :( ( actually should be ): representing an angry bull, but more on that later...) This morning was bright, blue and warm for a change - haha - and I twisted Kath's arm for coffee and chocolate pastries at my new favourite joint to start the day off with a jolt. Walked through the open air market - HUGE!! You name it, they got it - you want a gas mask? Look no further. Used power tools? Original comics in their sleeves... Wha a place. Grampa - ...
... 110,000 but, because of all the fights in the past, they now only allow 85,000 to attend, all of whom have seats.
This was followed by a tapas lunch then to the Reina Sofia museum, the contemporary art museum (free entry) and home of Picasso's Guernica which was so very powerful to view followed by a rest and then dinner at the same cheap place (we know a bargain when we see it!).
No siesta today so back to the hotel rather than venturing out further.
... was smooth. I neatly caught a Jubilee line train at London Bridge and also a Bakerloo line train at Baker Street only to find I still had 10 minutes to wait at Paddington. Never mind. Heathrow Express was full leading up to the evening flights home.
I had plenty of time - nearly two hours before the flight left, so I ambled up to the lounge for a glass of wine. I hadn't sat down for long, though before they called us to go over to C gates. It was a premature call as ...
... sequence left much to be desired. In any event, a fun game until we tired out, concluded we had already absorbed enough culture, and headed for . .
The Real Jardin Botantico, which was a big "miss". Those of us under 65 had to pay to get in and in the end, other than some tired looking rose bushes, there were only 3 or 4 groups of flowers and one stinking fountain! We were having a bit of a pout until we realized it ...
Day 4 was a fairly lazy one in Madrid. Beginning to feel the effects of a few days with lots of walking, and looking ahead to the many days we have remaining, we chose to take the day pretty slow. We walked up the street to a local bakery where we've been buying croissants all week for a quick breakfast, then back to the apartment to prepare for the day. After another Menu del Dia lunch at O'Barquina - this time ...