Catalonia Gran Via
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... which I can't afford to lose otherwise I'll be talking to myself).
Lee and I walked about 5 or 6 km through the tourist district here (anywhere there's a busker with a piano accordion must be defined as a tourist area) and loved it. The buildings here are beautiful. They are graceful, architectural and grand be they modern or a bit older. We haven't seen old, old like in Morocco which means here the buildings function well, look great and do the job ...
... de famosos pintores, escultores y fotógrafos.
En este museo se encuentra las obras de artistas españoles que tuvieron una
gran influencia en la historia del arte en general. Se encuentra las obras de
arte de Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso, Joan Miro y muchos más. La forma en la
cual se estructura el museo por dentro es tan impresionante que parece ser una
obra de arte que no quita el ...
Day 2 - Sunday 8th of February
At 7:15 we left Victor's parents house in Le Perray en Yvelines and hit the road again. Goal for the day was to make as much km's as possible and end up just past Madrid. The route would take us via Bordeaux, St. Sebastian, Burgos to Madrid, crossing the border on the far West side of the Pyrenees mountains.
Especially the part in the mountains was quite beautiful, with lot's of snow all the ...
... the most delicious Spanish meal at Gau Cafe on Calle de Tribulete. This cafe is on the rooftop and is a must for visitors to Madrid. The degustation menu was mui beni. :) but just too much.... See photos for description of the meal. Home to bed just when the city streets come alive with people.we are going to have to change our body ...
... where you can instantly see the city’s attraction. Madrid you have to live there. Take time in exploring its museums. Eat out in Latina and Malasana with the locals. Stroll through the parks on a lazy day and also admire the mix of modern and history on your everyday walk through the town. I’m truly grateful that I chose to come to Madrid to study abroad and I got to understand the beauty of a city which I wouldn’t have been able to discover just through a weekend ...