Be Smart Madrid Diana Aeropuerto
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... park, there 's an excellent view of the Palace and the Cathedral Al Mo NASA. Our next stop at the <b>Plaza Espana</b> are the statues of Don Quiote, Cervantes, and . our third stop was at the <b>Plaza Oriente</b> by the <b>Royal Palace</b> to view some of the statues of the emperors of Spain. We continued our tour on the bus, passing through <b>Estacion de Atocha</b> ...
... The 6th bull did not get killed, since it wasn't actually participating in the charging of the capes after getting stabbed with a sword the first time, so this bull (which I called Ferdinand, named after the bull from the book who loved to sniff the flowers) was lead out of the arena and his life was spared. I found out later on that this is extremely rare, as the majority of the time the bulls do charge at the capes and then are killed after to end each show.
We began with Romanesque style paintings. During this time the meaning of the objects were more important than the actual appearance. There were no lights, background, or expressions. Each object was portrayed separately as there was con concept of depth or perception. In the painting the hunger, a man is the symbol ...
... temple that was moved to Madrid in 1970 from what I could interpret. It was over 2000 years old and had a lot of relief work still visible. We then sat in the park nearby before heading back towards the Place again. The parks were all full of people catching the sun today as it is glorious weather verging on too hot. We have decided the climate very much like Dalby summer (except "Dalby doesn't smell like urine and ...
... time. We had dinner at a Spanish Tapas bar. We came back content and happy .
Next morning we took a half day trip to Segovia(read about it in our Segovia entry). In the afternoon we spent some more time exploring Madrid. We went to have Indian lunch again and then spent a lazy afternoon sitting in the warm sun at Isabella square. The easter procession marched past. We took a walk down to Sol. Soon it was time to head to Barcelona.