Petit Palace Embassy
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We arrived in Madrid in the afternoon following a draining 5 hour train trip. As we had loads to see here we got straight into seeing the sights. It didn't matter that it was getting late as everything gets going much later in Spain. Our first stop was Museo de Prada which was great. Again another museum full of materpieces by amazing artists that are just great to see. Our hotel was in a perfect location again so ...
... win a battle. It was the same thing in every city. After a month and a half of the same basic stories, I was finished with monument tours.
I walked away from the group and decided to take a walk and get lost. The #1 thing I love to do in a new city is get lost without a map for a good few hours, and eventually finding my way back to my hostel. So I bought ice cream and walked down the brick streets, looking at all the pretty structures and people ...
... a beautiful mansion housing an impressive art collection. Before locating the museum itself we stopped for a very late breakfast of toast, marmalade and coffee. Fortified, we wandered up the road to the Museum.....which was closed! This was the first evidence of a pattern that repeated itself several times during the day, as the Easter holidays played haywire with advertised opening times.
We finished Route 2, and alighted the bus at the stop outside our flat, and popped in ...
... animated character dress-ups, a guy making massive bubbles, a guy with his head sticking out of the table, guy dressed as a Chuckie doll, guy dressed as Jesus with the cross, people singing and playing instruments sometimes glasses of water( finger across the top makes the whistle), invisible head people. I don't like taking photos as I feel obliged to pay them- which I'm not willing to do. Nothing ****** me off more than seeing homeless people begging whilst smoking - no money ...
... the supreme exhaustion of getting out of bed and into the real world. After another nap I forced myself awake and just caught the boys as they headed out to grab some amazing dinner of churros. Was pretty dam good!
That really finishes Madrid. To be honest there’s not really a heap to see or do in Madrid, its more of a city that you experience. There’s a big party culture and its more of a young person’s city. Net stop, Seville in the south of Spain. ...