Eurostars Madrid Tower
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First day in, went to the famous Prado and Reina Sofia museums for free. Both museums specialize in art, one with classical paintings and sculptures (Prado) & the other with modern art (RS). My kind of thing that I love :) Both are free on Saturdays! 2.30pm - 9 pm for RS & 5 - 8 pm for Prado. Between the two, Prado is definitely more worth going. Its huge filled many exhibits to view. Second day, went to visit the famous flea market in Madrid called ...
30C today but it doesn't reach that temperature until 7pm. We caught the city tour bus that has 2 routes around Madrid, each takes about 1.5 hours and we caught them in succession. They provide earphones and a commentary in a variety of languages. They use double-deck buses without a roof so you get a great view. We went to the Madrid Bull Ring, an impressive site and also around the city most of which we had seen on foot. We rode it back to Sol for lunch at a Museo de Jamon (yes, ...
... is the magnificent choir, with two tiers of carved walnut seats and many sculptures. The stalls in the lower tier were carved by Rodrigo Alemán in 1495 and feature 54 reliefs of scenes from the reconquista (the expulsion of the Muslims from Spain) in great detail. Each seat shows the defeat of a different village. In the Treasure Room is a 500-pound, 10-foot high, 15th-century gilded monstrance. Made of solid silver, ...
I booked a flight over the weekend from Santa Marta (the big town near Taganga) to Bogota for Tuesday, the absolute last day I could fly out… well done Taganga… you won the battle and turned an original 5 planned days to 2 weeks! I had to spend my last day in Taganga the only way one should when you're in these parts… yup, you guessed it… Diving :D Did a fun dive in the morning and spent the afternoon catching up with some buddies and ...
... the palm trees towering amid the concrete maze and smoggy pollution, the long, straight, black hair, the flipflops shuffling along the ground, and the tiny bodies with the big, big smiles. Oh hello SE Asia, I think I’m home.
I’ve been here a week and it has passed by faster than a frat boy’s spring break in Mexico. New house, welcome dinner, new school, teachers, classes, students… my head is still spinning. But I’m being taken in ...
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