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... Dick), Rubens and Goya. And a couple of Rembrant's which took me back to my childhood days in Pokolbin playing the board game "Masterpiece" with my cousins Robyn and Stephen. Alas it was time to go, the truth I was sick of looking at paintings of Jesus's crucifixion which probably out number the other subjects by 2 to 1. We decided we'd had enough walking - about 12km already for the day, so a taxi back seemed the go. For dinner we had ...
... a public holiday, all the museums were closed (really wanted to see the Prado museum) however we made the most of what was around. Looking at the pictures, you would think that all we are doing is eating and drinking... yes i guess that about sums it up! Ticked off the list of "Spanish things to do" were; tapas, sangria, churros, margarita, hot chocolate, jamon, mojito, paella, margarita, empanadas, mojito and.. did I mention margaritas? Tomorrow its off to Barcelona by ...
... Once home we really collapsed for a couple hours, visited and laughed at ourselves a lot, and finally about 10:30 we left to dinner. This is just crazy, and tons of fun. We had Tapas for dinner, a really great bunch of tasty treats. We were walking home just before 1:00, and in bed about 1:30! Jake put all the shades down, and this morning I slept in until 8:45, I barely ever moved all night, but I was not the last person out of bed! Today --- I'll tell you about today ...
... First thing we did was sit and have a pitcher of sangria - we were so hot. We got tapas of the most delish green olives (free tapas) and we had a second pitcher but didn't get more tapas. Then we walked around and bought a few things - saw the beautiful cathedral. Time went fast and we found our way back to our pick up point.
Back on the bus and they took us to the hotel. We had to sign a form before they'd give us our room keys. Then the elevators ...
... priests and their was a huge area for the choir to sit with two massive and ornate organs. Walking through the streets with Arabic influences painted on their house walls, we followed the aqueduct to the Palace. The original palace burned down so a replica has been erected but it is still impressive. We then had a long walk back to the bus and an hour 1/4 trip home. Thank goodness for Avila chocolate. I was not well so home we ...