Hotel Auditorium Madrid
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... around the majority of the day, went for another run at El Parque de Retiro, and checked out the activities in Colón for the FIBA World Cup. My friend from high school (who is also studying abroad in Madrid) met me to go explore the area. It was mostly for little kids, but there were some cool activities there, sponsored by various international companies affiliated with this years World Cup.
I was stoked to win a 3-point shooting ...
... everywhere but it was basically Myer. I went to try some pants on but got extremely lost and finally (5 minutes later) found the tiny change rooms, hung the curtains up and tried on the pants. However, it was extremely disconcerting when I can clearly see over the curtain. When finished, I couldn't find Nat anywhere but eventually she came out of the change rooms - a big room with about 20 huge change rooms with full doors. She ...
Madrid, the capital of Spain, has a population of approximately 3.3 million people. It is best known as the "Golden Triangle of Art" and is one of the top European destinations when it comes to art museums. Its three famous museums are the Prado, the Thyssen Bornemisza and the Reina Sofia. Today we enjoy a sightseeing tour of the city driving along the Grand Via through the Opera District, Plaza de Colon. ...
... hopelessly lost, but then found the way back from the Museum of the Americas, which is full of stuff the Spanish explorers brought back from their explorations. Lots of gold and silver and even some mummified Incans.
All in all, Spain is just a great place to visit, providing you accept its limitations. When stuff doesn't work, don't get upset, just give a shrug and carry on.
Tomorrow, walking again in Th eRetiro Park, for hopefully a more peaceful ...
... We feel our energy waning and we get attracted to the movies to supplement the art. A final section examines work by Picasso and Miro in their latter years. Both artists lived long lives and their art developed with the changes in their society. When we are done, it is time for wine and an early dinner. Little cafes on the square near the Museum are serving pizza to families for their Friday afternoon drinks. The children run and play on the square, the parents drink and ...