Holiday Inn Madrid - Calle Alcala
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... forward to playing music all over this continent and seeing what might happen. And so Day 1 of this Tour is over. I hop on the bus to Algeciras, remembering how 14 years ago Moroccans and Spaniards were segregated, put on two different buses to Algeciras. Fortunately this is no longer the case… which seems to me like a hint of positive change. Day 4: Seeing an old friend This was another day in transit, a month later I wake up in Madrid where I have a full ...
... out of a fairy tale, complete with a castle with four pointed towers. We then stopped at a workshop producing art made from steel and gold. The craftsmen were at work and their demonstration of the most intricate art work explained why the jewellery, plates, knives and ornaments were so expensive. The local guide then took us on a two and a half hour tour of the old medieval town that was boarded by a river and ...
... significance but gigantic in physical size. You don’t find those very much in American museums that came late to the art collection biz and relied on donations. I’m talking about entire cathedral altar retablos rather than little panels from them you tend to see in American museums. Second is that it is a national art collection with a heavy focus on the art of the country rather than a little of everything as American museums tend to do. Thus it has rooms ...
... tour groups and we headed out to see the city. The main attraction in Evora is the Capela des Ossos (or the Chapel of Bones in English). It is located just next to the Church of St. Francis which was under heavy reconstruction while we were there so it was a bit confusing why we were walking into this construction zone. However once we got inside it was incredible. The bones of some 5,000 corpses are used to decorate the chapel, including several that ...
... walking through the kiosks again. We
were exhausted by the time we got home around 9 because of how much walking we
did. That’s one thing I love about living here, its so beautiful and you walk
everywhere. Abuela made us macaroni and cheese because of how ‘american’ she thought
it was. We always clean her kitchen after we eat dinner because we are so
thankful for everything she does for us. Today was a great day… I love Madrid life.