Hotel Monte Real
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... of Edvard Munch art work, much of it on loan from the Oslo gallery. It also had 7 centuries of art work, from the C13. The modern art was interesting, with excellent examples of Cubism and Surrealism. After a quick coffee to recharge the batteries, I then visited the Museo Nacional Reina Sofia, which had some weird modern art on the upper levels which looked more like simplistic architectural sketches, so I took a quick look, and then moved on. The Picasso ...
... 8220;El Parque del Retiro.” The park is huge and beautiful…a public space for all spaniers and visitors to enjoy. The park has a big pond – people can rent small boats for a 45 minute ride. It also has several fountains; some big some small but all beautiful. The park also had a botanic garden which house a family of “pabos reales”, who roam around the garden freely - all the kids got to see them ...
... the Cambron Gate, meandered some streets in the town and sat down with a view down to the Bridge of St Martin and up to the old town. A granola bar substituted for lunch.
Some chill time at 1500, careful I did not doze off. It was actually warm for the first time. Off by 1530 for a mirador. Where we stopped may have been necessary for buses but it was far from the best spot. The view was fine but not spectacular by any stretch. The alcazar was where Charles V ...
... Later in the day I asked someone what it was, these children were visiting the cathedral to celebrate the day of the Patron Saint of Madrid. They were bringing with them flowers and banners from the school to be presented to the Saint.
After the Cathedral, Kate and I parted ways. I went to the Cathedral, which was an eccletic mix of different architectural and interior design styles. The stained glass windows once again were pretty cool, ...
El Parque de Retiro is one of the largest parks in the city, originally belonging to the Spanish Monarchy until becoming a public park in the 19th Century. My run lasted for two and a half hours, but that was mostly because I made several stops to take pictures. This park is absolutely gorgeous!! It has several different gardens and monuments, two large palaces, and a gigantic pond where many people were renting paddle boats ...