Espahotel Plaza Basilica
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... at the Palace you can sit on.
We thought we could fit in the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum between 4pm and 7pm, but it was a bit of a stretch. We had to rush through quite a bit. It was a great Museum though, so much cool stuff and through time. A bit of a combination of the other two museums. From the very old to some more contemporary stuff (but not very contemporary... stopped a about 1970).
After all that, surely we deserved a big rest day, which ...
... made it back to the hotel. Then I sat in the lobby trying to get the grades for the engineering class entered, which was hard with the ****** internet. I took a break for dinner, and then stayed in the lobby working on random stuff that needed to be done.
Sunday I woke up, got some breakfast, and watched some of the group leave. Then those of us who were left went to Puerta del Sol, an old plaza, and walked around while ...
I slept in until 5pm today with a short break around 1pm to shower and have lunch with Isabel. What actually is my life?
On advice from my music professor, Rex and I decided to go to the Orquesta Nacional de Espaņa today at the Auditorio Nacional. We were told that, if we arrived an hour early, we could get student tickets for 1 euro. And he was right. We got pretty good seats in the first row behind the orchestra (the "coro" ...
... for the Madrid Olympics bid 2020 which notoriously failed and gosh are they still hurting from it! Previously, Spain has come runner up to hosting the Olympics on a lot of occasions and the people here were over it. They didn't want to be hurt anymore but the Major of Madrid ignored the people's wishes, believing that the tourism it would bring would lighten the crisis. She went ahead and spelt millions of euros that they don't have and pledged another €3.2 billion. ...
... between 2 and 4 and then reopen late into the evening, Tom swiftly changed into his running kit and off We went. We went back to the temple in which We visited on the first day but was closed, and to our dissapointment ut was closed again, which probably had something to do with the sign that had been placed over the opening times that was not in english. Instead Tom went for some stair runs to burn of all ...