Apartamentos Goya 75
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On this trip there have been 6 moments I can think of that have gotten me emotional.
1: I would say missing a flight in Istanbul after 24 hours of travelling.
2: The Holocaust memorial in Berlin
3: Seeing Lennox for the first time in 3 years
4: The Anne Frank Museum
5: How horrible bull fighting is
And lastly being in the Bernabeau, it was just fantastic. Dina didn't want to go but knew how much I did but she ended ...
... cops...we continued on our way, just checking out all the amazing buildings in the town. We did have a small stop at Sephora ;-) and bought some cool makeup (Sephora is a really cool chain of makeup stores which aren't in Aussie or NZ if you haven't heard of them) then we were starting to get a little peckish, so we hunted out somewhere for a snack. We found an amazing deli which was pretty famous in Madrid for their Jamon ham (cured ham) but unfortunately ...
... art museums, the Reina Sofia, the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, and the Museo Nacional Del Prado. Favorites were the impressionist paintings in the Thyssen-Bornemiza and the El Greco works at the Prado that were incredibly dramatic. We also enjoyed the Photobooks at the Reina Sofia depicting Spain from 1905-1977, and the many masterful works by Valazquez, Rubens, Rembrandt, Goya, Monet, van Gogh, and Renoir, just to name a few.
Our overall favorite ...
... and making obscure Amanda references, which were bemusing to Joanne. Most of the interior is typically ridiculously overcrowded with 'stuff', but the frescos and decorative embellishments were definitely put in by Europe's 'B' team. I could wax lyrical about the superb silverware on display as part of the Royal collection, but I won't. That would just be ******* Gay. Suffice it to say that the palace contents are a fusion of Hapsburg and Bourbon dynastic collections. ...
... Seattle, 2 guys from Michigan (1 is from Vancouver Island) and a guy from Vancouver living in London. I thought it was cool how people from all around the world could converge to eat tapas in a small Madrid restaurant. Our walk back to the hostel made me realize how Madrid comes alive at night. There were people everywhere! Finally, we got back to the hostel, had a beer, played foosball with a girl from Italy, then went to bed ...