Holiday Inn Express Madrid-Alcorcon
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... the history of art and the modern artist evolution from being patronized by the wealthy to create replicas of reality; portraits and still life's and interpretations of classical and religious stories- to the artist showing his subjective point of view. Art becoming social, political and personal interpretations. It must have been free school group day. Lots of groups of school children touring. When we walked into the room that has a huge Picasso sculpture a ...
When we were off to Santorini friends who had been there described the scenery as amazing and out of this world. They were right. Quite different from Mykonos, the Santorini group of Islands are remnants of a catastrophic volcanic eruption 1500BC with a landscape reflecting this. On approaching the main island from the sea one is awestruck by the huge cliffs rising out of the Mediterranean. The towns of the main island of Thera are perched high on the ...
... and you have no idea what the time is in the morning unless you look at the clock. I finally went back to sleep at some time around 8.00 am and woke about 10.30 am. We are showered now. Our clothes we washed yesterday are almost dry. We are both showered and about to head out for our last full day here. ... It's 4.37 pm. The day has gone already. We had a lovely breakfast come lunch at a great bar in the plaza on which our apartment is located. We both ...
... and her friend, then departed for the bus stop. I'd been unable to buy bus tickets online so I could only get a ticket on a bus at 2:30, so I had a long wait. I sat around, used some wifi, ate some weird food, went for a walk and bought some darts then got on the bus to Madrid. The bus was comfortable enough; I feel very comfortable in general on buses and I had food and water to last me the journey. ...
... learned a couple things during our Menu del Dia experience: 1. Ordering successfully in Mexican restaurants does not necessarily correlate to successful ordering in Spain. Monica and I ordered the same first course only because it was the only thing we could decode. Patatas con Carne (potato and beef soup). In the end, they were out of the carne, so we ended up eating potato and fish soup - it was so much better than it sounds! We stumbled equally through the main course ...