AC Hotel Los Vascos by Marriott
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... etc. It burned down and was rebuilt in C18, and now has lovely wrought iron balconies and frescoes. I walked through the popular Plaza del Sol, then back to the Parque de Retiro to have a look at the Palacio de Cristal. This was a gorgeous building which had an exhibition with bones suspended from the ceiling! A Vietnamese artist was using the space to showcase C19 archaeology and palaeontology. I next visited the Thyssen-Bornemisza art museum. It had a ...
On our 2nd day in Spain we got a late start to give everyone some most needed rest. First thing, we needed to learn how to ride the metro. The metro system in Spain is great, it's clean, inexpensive, and it gets you almost anywhere in the city.
Our first stop of the day was "La Plaza de Toros." We got to explore and learn the history of the plaza as well as the history of some of Spain’s most famous toreros. Our 2nd ...
... court area. Gothic arches abounded again. The guide explained the Hapsburg connection to Spain but it was too much too fast. Queen Isabella built the monastery to celebrate winning the war of the succession [her over a ******* child of her father].
Only three people were not on the lunch package. It was going to be the only free time so I passed. 24E for the 'local lunch' seemed a rather ridiculous price in any event. Had time from 1340 to 1525 on my own. Went ...
... a very small portion of the over 3000 rooms. These rooms were all very extravagant. At one point we went through a series of rooms, the first where one of the kings ate breakfast, then the next was the dinner room before we went into a huge dining room that seated probably more than 50 people. While we were at the palace there was a lot of commotion in the square between the palacio and the cathedral, with lots of school children screaming and ...
... don't forget your sweatshirt, hahaha!"
Also, I should mention that those of you who enjoy basketball, the FIBA World Cup final is taking place on September 14th here in Madrid. I'm living one block away from Columbus Square, where in a few days they are going to have a lot of events in preparation for the final, which will most likely be Spain vs the United States! I watched some of the set-up on my walk towards El Parque ...