Petit Palace Embassy
Travel Blogs from Madrid
... was quite sweet. It was perfect breakfast to get us going.
Off to the Palace! Except for not...because it was closed due to some special event...
Instead, we took pictures outside of it's beautiful, glowing white exterior and people-watched in the park across the street. It was a bit of a let down, but we weren't going to let it ruin our day.
It was only about 1pm and so back to the hotel we went to re-group and decided what we were going to do next. We consulted with our ...
... whooping, because they were (and we were) so surprised that he was so good. I caught the tail end of it in this short video clip. They invited him back towards the end of the show, and he busted out again. We ended this first evening in Madrid at a taberna (tavern) having tapas and wine. It was a great introduction to the capital city.
Madrid reminded Alex and me of all the good of New York City without much of the bad. Like in NYC, there ...
... I flip each switch one by one. I flip it then flipped it back. Also then checked the power in different parts of the unit. Nada. One of the fuse switches made something beep. That alarmed me. Anyways, nothing was working, so I just figured maybe it was the entire complex. Whatever, it may work later. I lay down for a nap. I wake up, and now I'm more concerned about the power problem. I was thinking a lot about that beep, and realized, it was the microwave. I ...
... laing people. while sitting by the pool saw them =the beer sellers?= duck and hide from policemen as they either drive park on motorcycles or ride by on horses. In the middle of the park there was a crystal palace which was unique. not that interesting, but unique.
walked down the main street, on every other corner there are men willing to shine your shoes for you. haha.
Day 2.Started today heading to la ...
... columns extending to the sky and branching out to support the roof. Light filters through the stained glass windows like it would a forest canopy. It is like no other church we have seen, if you were to only see one in your life it should be the Sagrada Família!
Our religious experience was completed with a trip to Camp Nou which is home of FC Barcelona and is Europe's biggest football stadium. The stadium was well setup for tourists, including a ...
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