AC Hotel Los Vascos by Marriott
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... We then decided to call it a night and headed back to our hotel.
Tuesday, our last full day in Madrid, we decided to take in as many sites as we could. The sites we visited included Temple of Debod, Royal Palace, San Francisco el Grande Basilica, El Rastro, Atocha Train Station, and Retiro Park. We also stopped in the Prado Museum, Madrid's Louvre with one of the largest collections of European art in the world. I didn't realize that we were ...
... city is simply amazing.
We paused for a lateish lunch in an area of the city possibly not frequented by many tourists coz the reception we got was rather......coolish. The venue was a small cafe come bar we passed randomly and there seemed on refelection to be many regular customers who seemed to know the cheerless, rotund and solo operator. He knew no English (or couldnt be bothered trying with us) so we took a punt ordering a "bocadillo" not fully ...
... I was going. One kind young man told me that he thought he was going close to there, and to just jump on his bus which would end up near the city center. Something like that.
I jumped on the bus and waited until the last stop. This looks promising?
I wandered out and found a city map near the bus stop... I found where I was, and then I found a street name that sounded familiar. I pulled up the written directions. Holy ****. I'm close. ...
Today we spent most of the day just wandering around Madrid - nothing to strenuous as we were tired from the busy days we have had since we arrived. The weather is unseasonably warm in Spain - in the 30's in Madrid ( and hotter down south) which is tiring for walking - so we spent some time in the park today near the Royal Palace. The volume of people in Madrid is overwhelming ( we cannot imagine what peak season would be ...
... Liz and I left the girls to "study", whilst we headed back to the flat - via the cafe at the Puerta Alcala, the department store El Corte Ingles, and the bookshop Fnac. I also spotted that the Monastery that we's tried in vain to visit was open (there was a service just ending in the chapel), so we popped in for five minutes to look at the rather beautiful interior.
We all met up at the flat, collected our bags, and set off for home!