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The adventure continues

A travel blog entry by -cat.rylance-


... current king
abdicated the throne and gave it to his son. I cant believe that we were here
to witness this historic event which happens once in a life time… another
example of being in the right place at the right time. In class today, we discussed
our Barcelona adventures and began learning about Spanish festivals. After
class Amanda, Tamar, and I went to our café- el Pez and enjoyed some napolatina
and coffee. It was so perfect to spend time ...

City full of majestic buildings

A travel blog entry by stef5353


... castle you realise how dry everything is. We had a nice lunch at a restaurant next to the Aquaduct before moving on to El Escoral on the way back to Madrid. El Escoral is one of the largest buildings I have seen. It is a historical residence for the King of Spain as well as a monastery, museum and school. We didn't bother trying to get in as the line up of visitors was to long. But just walking around it was impressive. On Friday we queued for ...

Madrid is amazing & naps are a good thing

A travel blog entry by runner613

Yee haw! Traveled all day yesterday (with basically no mishaps) & arrived in Madrid at 8 this morning. Spent a glorious day with our very knowledgeable guide, Danika. Amazing city. Architecture is breathtaking, city is really clean, lots to see & by 4:00 mike & I are delirious. Obviously, a nap is needed. 3 hours later, we hit the streets again, dani leading the way! ...

Days 2 & 3 Madrid

A travel blog entry by diatribe101

... weren't. Eventually locating them you could see what the artist had done - in their own way I thought they were both invisible - one tied between two columns and the other where I hadn't even been looking - equally as invisible on a small patch of grass at the foot of where a security guard had been sitting. (See the pics if you don't believe me!) Ok so I can rabbit on about art sometimes. Where art met reality was on the steps of the crystal palace ...

It's alive!! Meet "Red Dwarf"

A travel blog entry by thermalsailors


May I present, the Good ship RED DWARF

Strange name for a boat I hear you say but it is not without precedent.
Many of you will be familiar with the hit TV show of the same name. A whopping great metal starship called RED DWARF whose only remaining crew slept for 3 million years only to awake to a hologram and the decendant of the ships cat. And of course the ships computer called Holly.
They aimlessly wander the universe with ...


This hotel, located in the Paseo de la Castellana area of Madrid, is near Bernabeu Stadium (Estadio Santiago Bernabeu), Museo Lazaro Galdiano, Museo Tiflologico, and Taste of America.
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