Holiday Inn Madrid - Las Tablas
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... of the Great Dam of Aswan
and the consequent threat posed to several monuments and archeological sites,
UNESCO made an international call to save this rich historical legacy. As a
sign of gratitude for the help provided by Spain in saving the temples of Abu
Simbel, the Egyptian state donated the temple of Debod to Spain in 1968.
The temple was rebuilt in one of Madrid's parks, the Parque
del Oeste, near the Royal Palace ...
... wanted to celebrate. Both girls flamenco danced their way back to the apartment...it was entertaining to all passerby's.
Well, the sun set a few minutes ago....at 10pm! I still can't get used to that! We're winding down for the day. Tomorrow is our last day in Europe...not sure exactly what we're doing. Since it's Alyssa's birthday, she's in charge so who knows what's going to happen!
... it is the largest of the 3 popular art museums and Kole did not care as long as we only went in one of them. It was enormous. We kept getting lost. By the 50th room, all the art started to look the same. The temporary exhibits are always a highlight for us. Just east of the 3 art museums is the beautiful Parque del Retiro. I wish this park was in San Diego. The park had numerous outdoor cafes serving cold drinks and ...
... wasn't even CLOSE to dry yet. Still very wet. But the two articles that I'd put on the roof, up on the patio were basically dry. So I moved everything to the roof and hung out there for a bit. Came pretty close to finishing A Story of A Soul. The clothes were getting close to being dry - I rigged up a little bit of a laundry line but it was really working better just to lay them of the backs of some of the chairs. I heard the bells from St. ...
... and I also spent an afternoon at the Madrid Rio Park. This is a 10k strip of redevelopment along a small trickle of the Manzanares River. It is beautifully done with some of the coolest public play structures I’ve ever seen. The kids gave a climbing structure made with logs and nets a big thumbs up. It looked like a giant dropped a bunch of very large pick up sticks. They also field-tested a collection of slides cleverly set into a hillside. ...