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Today we decided to continue our cultural experience of Madrid by visiting the three top art galleries all on one day. Speed dating has nothing on this and I can guarantee it is no where near as tiring. Most normal people would buy the three visit pass and use it over two or more days, but not us. So today we visited the contemporary Sophia Gallery first and did 3 out of 4 floors, then we caught a quick bite in transit to the Prado known for its 16th - ...
... hotel to freshen before dinner the police blocking the side roads confirmed our suspicions, so we hung around to watch. A slow marching band with a religious float and procession of ladies and general populace slowly made its way up the street and past our hotel. Clearly something religious but we were unable to find out what. Our intended dinning venue was just around the corner, conscious that the watching crowds would shortly disperse ...
... hard to pour but the taste wasn't anything to write home about as it was quite sour. But hey, when in Spain try new things! After the tour we went walk abouts looking for another bar and a few more tapas. It took a while but we got there. It was a nice little place with very good beer and great little tapas. They had delicious fried chicken with sweet chilli sauce. After this we walked back home. Time for bed now. Good night ...
OUR FIRST STOP
IN OUR 10 WEEK
My research of the Madrid Subway System (METRO) made getting to our hotel from the airport real simple; especially with our hotel only a block from the Subway Stop. But of course, with our limited luggage in hand, we walked a block in wrong direction first. Checked into our Hotel and ...
... some of the other parts of Thira and we discovered that the south western part was quite different - no tourists but farming - grapes, tomatoes, zucchini, watermelon, garlic and beans. The Santorinians do not water their tomatoes which are famous for their sweetness. Grapes are grown on vines which are twisted in a circular fashion from birth to keep them growing very close to the ground, so that they are not damaged by the frequent winds and lack ...