Barcelo Torre Arias
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... delightful shower, wifi session and 20 minutes on my back, I headed back to the airport to try yet again to get to Madrid and find my missing bag. I found the extremely massive line with heaps of people waiting to leave this nightmare of an airport, and joined in. I arrive at the counter and bring my boarding pass and already stuffed to the brim luggage to be checked. The lady kindly checks me in and prints a new boarding pass with the gate # and then I put my luggage on the station. ...
... actually next door to this church...which most certainly wasn't marked correctly on the hostel map haha!! They weren't kidding how large the palace is....it was endless!!! We could've gone inside but it was €15 ea to get in, and we couldn't really be bothered. Seeing the outside was good enough for us. The palace of course is surrounded by really pretty gardens, which we spent a little time strolling through them. Saw 2 cute dogs cooling off in a ...
... Once we made it
into the terminal I think we were all relieved. Tamar and Amanda are angels for
putting up with my mistakes, although I know there is nothing any of us could
have done… I am so blessed for them. We took a pretty shady flight to madrid
with ryan air. I think im starting to understand why we only pay 60 euro for
these flights. We arrived in madrid around 11 pm. It took us about 45 mins to
ride the metro home and I felt like I was riding ...
... was unsuccessful but as the request for salad was made by mom, we eyed a place on the next walk that was perfect. Full menu, great selections and delicious wine. We enjoyed a long, leisurely meal ending with dessert and their complimentary limoncello (no thanks for me after the first nights dinner and I think Dan drank 3 of our 4). Many of the museums here have fee evening hours so next stop was the Reina Sofia to check out some Picasso ...
... from high school art history class, but after seeing so many paintings with rich color it was a bit of a shock. Picasso is definitely not my favorite artist either so it was easy to breeze through those exhibits. The Reina Sofia also has a lot of Salvator Dali paintings, which I like somewhat better than Picasso. Dali is clearly an extremely talented artist - the details in his paintings are extremely fine and well done, but the painting as ...