Apartamentos Mayor Centro
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... It was pleasant to stroll under the shade of the many trees in such a relaxing place after spending hours in the Prado.
We then dropped by Hard Rock Cafe Madrid and stopped briefly in Plaza de Cibeles to take some photos of the Palacio de Linares built in Linares and the Banco de Espana. Our final stop for the night was at La Tia Cebolla that Sam and Cristina recommended where we had tortilla and dessert. Then back to our hostal room for an early night in by ...
... a special exhibition of Givenchy and the permanent works by the world's masters. After finishing at the museum, I walked towards <b>Gran Via</b>, one of the main streets of Madrid. I stopped at a sushi shop where I had a light lunch with a cervaza. I'm going to rest a short bit before the walking tour to<b> Plaza Major</b> with our TD at 4::30. It was raining, but it was an enjoyable walk to the ...
... at one of the most famous churro places in Spain, La Chocolatería San Gines. The most unfortunate part of this experience for me was that there were nuts in the chocolate and due to my allergy I had to stick with churros with café con leche instead. I was told it was nothing compared to the churros con chocolate, but I still thought it was absolutely delicious.
Also, on two separate occasions, I got to check out the Hard Rock Café Madrid, which is ...
"Stop stalling, keep up!!!"
After a few failed attempts to take a break, we finally reached the end of our river trail. I triumphantly reached the gate where he had stopped a few moments before and high fived him.
"So good! Okay, time for a breather!"
"Haha, no, now we run back."
I watched this awful french man run back the way we came from, laughing and shaking his head. I debated breaking my leg ...
... s, Goya, Velazquez, Raphael....the list goes on. The museum has been in existence since 1819 with the original collection actually donated from Spanish royalty. The gallery is very impressive though very subtle and leaves everything to the amazing opulence of many of the artworks. A real highlight of Madrid--- Left the Prado and walked into the Parquet De El Retiro ...