Holiday Inn Express Madrid-Getafe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Getafe
... his Iberian period which led to Cubism,to the exceptionally free late works from the end of his career in1967. This exhibition provided a small retrospective overview. As you can appreciate we were overwhelmed! We sat and contemplated in the coffee shop and then slowly walked back through the boulevards to the Grand Via where our hotel is located. We skipped dinner and went to bed ready for another adventure ...
We certainly picked a good day to visit Madrid. Everything shuts for Labour Day It did not really put much of a dampener on things because it was good to go for a lengthy walk. We saw lots of things from the outside
We did go to the Royal Botanic Gardens which was founded in 1755 by King Ferdinand VI. There was botanical specimens from all countries of the world
... were second. I said this in English. I then walked back to Pudd - we were only a few steps from them and I overheard them say in Italian that they would stay there and ignore us in line. So, this time not so calmly I walked over and said to them again in English that the back of the line was behind us and that it did matter where the line started and ended, completing my sentence in Italian saying I understand them very well. There were three or four other couples ...
... br> So our guide took us into the church and it was stunning - many different architectural styles of statues etc. Thee is an ivory cross over the altar credited to Michelangelo. It's hard to describe the beauty of it all. We then got an hour to snoop around, check out the gift stores, have coffee or whatever and back to the bus. The drive down was nauseating, too, haha. It was still hazy, but it actually lent a cool feel to the view.
We were dropped at ...
... singers on stage for an unbelievable cover of Bob Marley's, 'Could You Be Loved?'. It was unreal!
Day 3, our final full day in Madrid, commenced with a good sleep in. We woke, showered and headed out in time for a late lunch at one of the restaurants in the square down below our apartment. Everything looked quite proper from a distance, with linen table cloths and waiters standing around welcoming passer-by's in for a meal. However, once up close, we were further reminded ...