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!
... 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 ...
... room was lovely and the Club was great.
We spent the entire day in Old Madrid and especially enjoyed Palacio Real.
In the evening, we went for a late dinner and waited for the Metro for ages.
It seems the Spanish have extended their famous Siesta tothe entire day. ...
... and still hasn't seen and done everything the city has in it! So with a touch of Barcelona beach envy in our hearts, a few of us decided to have una día en la playa también. Earlier in the week someone found some information about a riverside beach park in southwest Madrid. We hadn't seen any photos of the park and didn't even have an address, so with nothing but the metro stop its next to, we had desayuna ...
... our spot which was closed for renovations. We headed back down the street to Cafe Santa Barbara and finally ate outside even though it was a bit cold.
Beer, olives, Spanish omelette which was like a warm quiche with potatoes, pretty good but very plain and a tuna, tomato, red peppers salad, also very plain. We added the olives to everything which improved the whole things.
After lunch we found the only store open which was a men's ...
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