Eurostars Madrid Tower
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... lots of different Spanish food including calamari sandwhiches which is a local dish here. We walked for so long and we knew we were in the right spot but just couldn't find it! We were so disappointed and so hungry by this stage but we ended up going back to Peurta del sol and found a pub for some drinks and tapas then had some lunch at another spot. When we went back to the hostel I googled the markets to find out that because the festival was on this weekend, they had moved ...
... and had a siesta before dinner at a local restaurant bar. The menu del dia (set meal of the day) was only E$10, which included three courses and a drink. Yumm. After dinner we stopped at our local park for a sit and to watch the neighbourhood dogs at play. So cute.
The Prado and Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum was planned next. We started at opening time (10am) at the Prado. It was huge. There were lots of Goya, Velasquez, El Greco, Tintoretto, ...
... in from the terrace and we both basically burst into fits of laughter! No damage, only to the socks and the then we need to look for another option, so we zap another pair, on medium and they were still a bit damp, but we added socks to the shopping list.
Walking through the Sabatini gardens in the morning is very pretty. Not s many people about and we are able to take some nice photos and just meander through them. The gardens of Madrid are quite ...
We're day 4 in Madrid (and 10 days away from NZ - not that I am counting!!) and today was planned to be a rest day for the children as we had been on the go visiting such interesting places that captured the adults! Here is what it panned out to be. We first went to our local church at 9am and it was just beautiful. Never seen so many nuns at church - there were more of them than the public lay people. The singing was just ...
... to be closed for siesta. I finally found a bar/restaurante attached to a hotel just outside the city walls where I had extremely delicious bread/jamon/queso. I took pictures. It was amazing, although I'm not sure if it was because I was super hungry or if it was really that good.
After that I felt a lot better so I headed back to the train station. I figured I could at least be warm and out of the wind once I got there. I also ended ...