Aparthotel G3 Galeon
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... watched on television. And then the magic happened...
Military planes started flying overhead, very close to us, many with colored jet streams that resembled what part of the military they were from. After this, hundreds arrived on motorcycles, followed by several THOUSAND military men and women with their respective uniforms. There were so many different parts of the military represented and I wish I could tell you what they all were. A man behind us was trying to explain ...
... that I had so much more to think about. I still need to figure out my next two weeks of celebrations and travel. Maybe I'll fly back to Berlin or I'll get to Paris for Bastille Day right before I head home. Maybe I'll learn how to surf in San Sebastián or drink wine in Bordeaux. And most importantly, in a few days, I'll be running with the bulls in Pamplona - right after I finish reading "The Sun Also Rises", of course.
This life thing, it's grand, isn't it?
In 1968 the Egyptian government gave the Temple of Debod to Spain in gratitude for helping to save the Abu Simbel Temple from flooding by the Aswan dam. They rebuilt it in a nice park not too far from our hotel so we went to have a look. The temple is sort of interesting I guess but the park is lovely. Very close to it is the ...
... raspberry jam, and - hey presto - breakfast!
We walked on to the Sorolla museum down lovely tree-lined streets, under a very warm, beautifully blue sky. The museum itself was in the house that Sorolla occupied when he moved to Madrid, and it is absolutely wonderful! The gardens are like a miniature version of the alhambra, with little pools, surrounded by pots of geraniums and various other leafy, exotic plants. Inside, the house has been wonderfully maintained - some ...
... for another week. We’ll visit the delightful Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza and the remarkable Palacio de Cibeles, take a cable car ride across the royal hunting grounds of Casa de Campo, call in on the town and Palace ...