Holiday Inn Madrid - Las Tablas
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... and Velazquez's Las meninas o La familia de Felipe IV. It was interesting to have these pieces explained to us along with others in the museum but I think the guide was a little long winded and could have cut her explanations in half.
After dropping some of the group of at the hotel, those of us who paid for the additional excursion to Toledo headed off. Toledo was the capital of Spain until ...
... The monastery was built adjacent to
the then extant Real Alcázar,
and had a passageway to allow the royals direct access. The monastery was
inaugurated in the 2nd of July 1616, a few years after the queen had died.
The architect and friar Alberto de la Madre de Dios designed and built the monastery
between 1611-1616. The ...
... Wednesday was our last day of classes at the Institute before finals. As a special treat, both my morning teachers took our classes out into the town. My Psychological Perspectives teacher treated us to croissants and cafés con leche, while our Visual Arts teacher showed us some nice graffiti art in Lavapies and then treated us to beer and tapas at a local bar. Talk about the differences between classes in the United States and classes in Madrid!
... Thyssen-Bornemisza. The Prado. Madrid is resplendent with art. At the Reina Sofia I got blown away by Picasso’s Guernica and got a crash course on 20th and 21st-century painting, sculpture and film. At the Thyssen I toured seven centuries of art from the gold-haloed saints of the Middle Ages through to late 20th century Pop, with delighted visits to old friends like Rembrandt, Degas, Edward Hopper and Ben Shahn along the way. And at the Prado – ...
... our meal. It's hard to describe everything we ate, but I can say, Spain has sodium consumption down! We've yet to be offered anything green or leafy, but have helped ourselves to several varieties of potatoes, breads, ham (jamon) and sausage. Often fried. Beer and wine is also as inexpensive as bottled water, which supports the dehydrating efforts of the sodium. Overall, Day 1 was a blast! Excited to explore the culture of Madrid tomorrow. On tap, top notch museums and a bull ...