Gran Hotel Las Rozas
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... good intentions of going to the palace but got lost, then bewitched by a Spanish guitarist and, with the temperature hitting 38, gave up. Maddi meanwhile managed to score a few pieces of clothing.
I'm sorry to say it wasn't with any great sadness that I said farewell to Madrid, it was just too scrawly and noisy for me.
I'm sure had i found the time to visit it's highlights i would have a greater impression, but for now key memories will be tiny rooms, laundromats and Spanish ...
... toys and Nativity scene. I walked into the busiest bar and had a tapa and some fried anchovies, very tasty, not greasy or salty at all. Next I walked into the bull fighting bar where the wall is filled with bull fighting paraphernalia. Quite a brutal sport, the matadors re gored by the bull horn through the face and poked in different parts of body. The wall of the bar also has bull heads ...
... but we did do it , this was our day to see more of Madrid, and we did, we visited our first Madrid Starbucks and then there were a couple of amazing parks, the Temple de Debod which was a gift from the Egyptian government to Spain and is quite impressive. But even better were the Palace and the "new" Cathedral, really quite an amazing place! We finally got back to the big square where we catch the metro, but rested and ...
... later to roll the egg back and forth along the frying pan with a spatula, as if scraping grit off a barbecue grill. Thanks to the kind efforts of Axel and everyone else involved, we feasted on what we agreed was some of the best chicken we'd ever eaten (henceforth known as Marco Marinade; three parts soy to two parts honey to two parts mustard to a lot of garlic) alongside potato salad and a great Greek salad. We were all stuffed by the end, and we'd even cooked enough to ...
... abstracts than the Reina Sophia Museum, which was strictly modern. At the Thyssen, they each found paintings that they liked. Elias liked one called Young Knight in a Landscape by Vittore Carpaccio and the blocky colorful Composition XX by Theo van Doesburg. Olivia, in turn, liked Martin Johnson Heade’s Orchid and Hummingbird near a Mountain Waterfall. Their favorite art museum though was the Caixa Forum, where we explored the ...