AC Hotel Madrid Feria by Marriott
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... some very talented dancers and musicians. I think even better than Corral de la Moreria. The show was longer, more entertaining and less expensive. The food and wine was excellent, too.
After dinner, we walked around Madrid and ended up at a tapas bar. The tapas were free here when you order drinks. We had a hot dog and calamari. The hot dog was interesting, but the calamari was excellent. We also discovered Hamman's was next door. A place I saw ...
... were premium - by this time, the day was reaching a top temp in the low 30's under a powerful sun).
Immediate impressions from our travel along the two routes through the course of the day.
- the spanish didn't just build buildings - they built structures of such class and substance that almost every building almost demands to be gazed at in awe. But not in a garish way. These are buildings of importance and status and the streets are wall to ...
... platform and looked around. Adventure time! (basically what I say whenever I screw things up. It usually makes me feel better.)
I went to an information booth and asked how to get to the station I had directions for. The man looked at me, laughed, and told me he had no idea.
I thanked him but secretly cursed his existence under my breath. So... nothing left to do but go outside.
I looked at my watch and saw it ...
... range of historic buildings from 700 AD Islamic invasion of the Iberian Peninsular, after the Romans had lost control of the area, through the Middle Ages after Christians conquered the area in 1085 and when it became the capital of Spain in the 1560s. So we have royal palaces, many monuments, fountains, government buildings etc, as well as an old city with walking only narrow lane ways ...
... the Thyseen foundation), which houses an enormous art collection in a beautiful building. There were two temporary exhibitions (one, Cezanne,was very busy, so we elected to visit the Regoyos show - which Iiked, but Liz was a bit sniffy about!). We also tried to see as much as possible of the permanent exhibition, but it is huge, and is no doubt one of those things we will come back to some time in the future. Personally I though the Thyssen was a ...