Hotel 4C Puerta Europa
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... actually make my top ten list of most beautiful gardens... On along a busy boulevard, I get more of a feel for the fast paced business face of Madrid--something you lose sight of in the narrow alleys in the historical core. Then, what looks like another giant round Moorish castle... no... it's the Plaza de Toros, the temple of Spain's second most popular sport (after football, of course!) Finally I reach Canillejas and connect with my Madrid-Alcala de Henares ...
Now we've mastered 'training' we are about to give it up. Our last Spanish rail journey was like all the others and unlike the Moroccan ones, that is, it ran to time. Apart from not terminating where we thought it would (because we were told) Spanish rail provided us with the ideal way to travel long distances comfortably and reliably. So I suppose really it's post 'training' but I'll stick to the same blog title because changing confuses people and loses ...
Hoy tuvimos una excursión al Museo Reina Sofía. La ida al museo
se convirtió en una aventura como todas las veces que paseamos por las calles
de Madrid. Los majestuosos edificios a tu alrededor, asombran aún más cada vez
que los ves. El edificio donde es el Museo Reina Sofía, que antes de
convertirse en un museo fue un hospital, es también asombroso. Dentro del museo
uno puede encontrar obras ...
... room and a lounge room to lounge in if we want to. It is not as new as the English flat but it is not a problem and the lift is so cute, it only takes one person and one bag at a time but since we are on the third floor we are very grateful to have one at all. A bit of a rest, and a nap foe me, brought us to 8 pm. So off to dinner we ...
... looking forward to Lisbon and our first experience on a night train tonight! ~Lacy Edit: the night we left, a friend of ours showed us a market that turned out to be the best part of Madrid. It was a building full of vendors selling their specialty foods and drinks and desserts. It was beyond delicious. We wandered for hours and sampled lots of tapas and desserts. We're so glad we discovered this place before we left. ...