Amador De Los Rios
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... rocking chairs in it) and the Palacio de Velazquez. The latter building had some amazing tile work, and housed an exhibition by Kerry James Marshall, an American painter who is “centered on African American life, culture and history”. Could never figure out the connection to Madrid . . . The pictures illustrate some of the activities going on in the park except one: We also saw a 60+ year old man sitting on a bench in nothing but a thong, but ...
... some last moments with paige and Sydney because they leave
tomorrow. Tamar and I had to leave because we had dinner at 8 with abuela. It
was hard saying good bye because we have become such good friends- I have a
feeling the universe will work its magic and we will meet again soon. Tamar and
I metroed home and got home right in time for our last dinner with abuela. She
made us some traditional spainish dishes like- CROQUETAS! They were amazing ...
Thursday 23/1I began my day by following a similar path to where I’d been the night before, visiting the grand Plaza Mayor before going to the surprisingly new (built in 1993) Cathedral of the Assumption, admiring its brilliantly coloured ceiling and windows. Next I walked up one of Madrid’s busy main streets to the Park Retiro, where I had lunch by the ‘Crystal Palace’, a glasshouse built for a World Fair, sat watching ...
... such a the King Charles - and cafés - also where the Christmas tree is. All the buildings were stunning, white marble and red bricks, perfectly maintained. Despite being surrounded by tens of them I just couldn't get enough, I was fully in awe and they were all unique.
Moving on, we went down Prado Boulevard which was similar, the cafés were ridiculously expensive (51€ for a plate of three macaroons). The parliament building was stunning! Guarded ...
... was really fun to see the atmosphere - even in a bar people were cheering and yelling at the refs and talking smack. Thankfully, we weren't bothered too much for being there - some others from our program also went and they got into a bit of a fight but we came out without a scratch!
That night for dinner we found a thai place and I was able to get my chicken pad thai - I have been craving it since I got here. And ...