Apartahotel Villa de Parla
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... easier to get home but of course a tube strike was planned for that day so we ended up having to book an easy bus anyway, luckily it was only £4! We had to walk from shepherds bush back to Ashleigh's, my home for the next week, and by the time we got there we had been travelling all day! Could not be more excited for a massive feed of Thai when we got there. So good to be travelling Europe again! Back to school on Monday which is going to be a huge ...
... mushrooms and bacon. 19/6 wandered the streets - had to get used to staying in different hotel and get my bearings - yeh well there are so many plazas and tiny streets that I am still mastering that task. I can manage it if get to one particular plaza!! Off to meet Sarah at Prado museum - we did 2 1/2 hours together ogling at talent of some and just weirdness of others. A special selection of visiting Picasso's but mainly art from older ...
... our first full day in Madrid. We biked through a beautiful park by a river for three hours this morning. There were several highlights not including the sunburns that a few have due to misapplied sunscreen. Zoe took a minor warm up spill off of her bike. (No children were harmed in this stunt. Nothing some Polysporin won't fix.) Not impressed by Zoe's performance, Nadeige attempted a double-back flip, full ...
... of our hotel balcony. There we spent the evenings walking along the waters edge into town and out along the Mediterranean. We would check out the many small restaurants, as we would decide where to eat. Yesterday, on Wednesday, we walked 20 minutes over the hill to Port Liget to visit the Dali house museum. He was a crazy guy but he had a nice place to live and a devoted wife in Gala. (I don't think he was a crazy guy, he had a flamboyant public personality. Privately, ...
... did so because they actually liked the paintings ( which in the main are pleasant to look at).
I was only up to walking around about half of the collection before my legs started complaining, but It was a very pleasant way to spend 21/2 hours on a Sunday afternoon, and if I lived here I think I would spend half my Sundays in Retiro park, and the other half in this wonderful Gallery which also happens to be free to enter on ...