Espahotel Gran Vía
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... hopefully the excursions can help with that.
I have so many things I want to do! It is really exciting to be here, and with only a month in the country, I want to learn and do all I can! However, after over 24 hours with no sleep, cafe con leche is my only hero. Spanish (and English, really) does not make sense right now.
Until I can get a good night's sleep!
... park was filled with delightful gardens, wooded pathways, marble statues and a handful of elegant buildings, with a gigantic lake as its stunning centerpiece. Parts of the park were buzzing with activity on this beautiful Friday afternoon (at long last, sun and warmth!); we had other parts of the park to ourselves. We spent nearly two hours walking around the grounds, discovering small surprises--like the glass Palacio de Cristal and a statue of ...
... to sleepover in the church. While I was sleeping, I had a weird dream of a little girl telling me about the treasure hidden in a pyramid in Egypt. Therefore,I was struggling whether to sell off my flock of sheep to start my adventure or continued working as a shepherd
... it’s only 12:00) and then walk down to the Prado Museum, part of the Holy Trinity of Art museums in Madrid. Ok, I’m not an “art” person but I can appreciate the volume of masterpieces here. Wow. Only problem is halfway through, I’m standing in a room of impressionist with tears rolling down my face. Nope, I ...
... br> - Watched the Changing of the Guard ceremony at the Palacio Real.
- Attended the first and last bullfight of my life at the Plaza de Torros de las Ventas.
- Watched the sun set over the city from Templo de Debod, a 2200-year-old Egyptian temple donated to Madrid by the Egyptian government in 1968.
- Decided I really need a break. A week of surfing in Lagos, Portugal should do the trick! Adiós, Madrid. Olá, ...