Espahotel Plaza de Espana
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... the beautiful park, find Calle de Alcala and follow that all the way to Plaza del Sol y Plaza Mayor. El Parque was full of little surprises, including a costumed bagpipe player, an African American playing the saxaphone by the Embarcadero (lake with paddle boats), and an elder Indian (???) man sitting on a park bench making beautiful music with an ancient looking accordion! So many people were out enjoying the sunshine and I couldn't help but have a big grin on my face as I ...
... Madrid is an amazing city, but then again, coming from NZ, any city in Europe would be 'amazing'. The architecture and history that surrounds the place is mind blowing. And yet, it's such a modern city as well, with all the mod-cons you can imagine.
We once again used the hop-on hop-off bus to get around but, admittedly, it wasn't so enjoyable today because the heavy traffic made for a start-stop experience while the maniacal ...
... or museum, or experience will illuminate the dark recesses of my character more than it will shine light on the subject of the narrative. England was a blast. A combination of the opportunity to meet new people who share an interest in my hobby, and a rekindling of old friendships made on previous trips always makes for a more satisfying travel experience. London is an incredible city, sitting as it does at the epicenter of a historic period covering a thousand years. I have been ...
... to do in Madrid, so we treated our time there like we were on a short family trip. (Sort of a vacation within a vacation.) On our first Sunday, we visited Retiro Park. El Retiro is huge with gardens, fountains, play structures, sculptures – much like Central Park. We found one of the few sculptures in the world of Lucifer. We wandered, played Frisbee and gawked at the beautifully dressed children. One young boy had a woolen car coat, ...