Hotel Exe Puerta Castilla
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A great night in Asiana Restaurant in Madrid, ( Japonese/Peruvian cuisine) completed with a walk around the main sights of Madrid. Finally got to bed at 01.30..Tomorrow is a big day!
... ceremonies. We were impressed (and at times, overwhelmed) by the intense baroque and rococo style of the palace's interior. We ate our lunches in the park facing the palace, and then walked to the Reina Sofía Museum, Madrid's modern art museum. We spent about an hour at the museum, each of us moving at our own pace. Most of the students were able to find the museum's most famous work, Picasso's 'Guernica', an enormous painting that depicts ...
... us to drift off to sleep. We finally reached Toledo and all thought what a lovely city it was.
There are two parts to the City of Toledo in that there is a new part and old part of the City. The total population of the city is 82,000, but only 10,000 of those want to live in the old part, because it is less comfortable than the new part with buildings more suitable for today's population.
Toledo was - successively a Roman municipium, ...
... we saw five kids making their first communion. Even with this, the mass was still shorter than a regular mass at my church! The church was much smaller than I expected, but it was still nice. Following church, we had a late (or at least late to me!) lunch around 3:00. My host mom made paella, a typical Spanish dish of rice, vegetables, and chicken. After lunch, I took the Metro with Miriam and my host mom to the ...
... did so because they actually liked the paintings ( which in the main are pleasant to look at).
I was only up to walking around about half of the collection before my legs started complaining, but It was a very pleasant way to spend 21/2 hours on a Sunday afternoon, and if I lived here I think I would spend half my Sundays in Retiro park, and the other half in this wonderful Gallery which also happens to be free to enter on ...