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Travel Blogs from Collado Villalba
... in the mirror on the far wall. The young girl is the focus of the composition along with her ladies-in-waiting, and her entourage including a guard, teacher, court entertainers and her dog.
Our guide used the portraits in the gallery to explain to us the relationships of the artists with their royal "subject" and how the depictions could carry many other meaning beyond the obvious scenes on the canvases.
She carried this idea on ...
... was coming to visit her husband with her 8 month old daughter. InstaFriends. She was very sweet and very midwest (trusting and genuine). Alexis from Texas, as she said. We sent her on her way to the bus station to meet her husband in Seville. We made our way to the metro. After a couple attempts at the ticket machine, we figured out how to get a multi pass ticket for the two of us. There was only one train from the airport, so while waiting we figured out which ...
... at all the old buildings and monuments, pretty cool stuff. Madrid is a lot bigger then Granada, not many people know English so it's a bit difficult. Madrid also has a lot of bad smells. One second we're breathing fresh air, the next I smell pee and *****. It's very confusing to the senses. Last night we walked around and found our way to this amazing food court, though I wouldn't call it a food court, it was filled with stalls ...
Chic&Basic doesn't do breakfast.
So a serious attack on the coffee and biscuits was led instead, after which we went off in search of the tourist double decker open topped red bus.
"Do you speak any English?" The man approached Nick and spoke clearly and without conviction that he was going to get an answer.
"Well, just a little. I try my best."
Nick grinned at him and he looked a little perplexed.
"I am from Montreal."
"You speak ...
... It was really cool to see how the team Real Madrid is made from people from different countries such as England, Portugal, Argentina and many more.
We also got to see the dressing room where the players change and get ready. There was a jacuzzi and I thought that was pretty awesome. When we were walking towards the dressing room I thought about how the soccer must feel before going out to play and facing millions of people. It must ...