Ibis Madrid Alcorcon Tresaguas
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... I was both amazed and horrified at the bullfighting memorabilia in this cafe, but nevertheless we decided to sit and have a rest in the cool and were also happy to be approached by a nice English speaking waitress who seemed eager to serve us. I really can't fathom the whole bullfighting hype and David and I had a long discussion about it....I mean what makes a man or group of men decide to start fighting bulls in the first place?! But then ...
... century movements in art.
One very notable feature is a strong representation of
American artists in the collection, including those of the 18th and
19th centuries, which is quite rare for European art collections.
Europeans seem to think we country bumpkins from the colonies didn’t make much
of a contribution to art until the mid-twentieth century.
... tourists besides us. Jamal translated some women after seeing us that we had come to take their pictures. Then when I asked to take their picture, they all waved no and covered up. But I had my camera around my neck and just took pictures without looking as though I was. No one noticed. Then we went off to the fishing village of Assilah, a lovely, small beach town, for lunch. Salad and red fish. Then back to Tangier and the Dar ...
... finished our tour of the inside of the Palacio Real. It was very impressive as they all are and not terribly different to other palaces I have been in. This one lacked some of the softness of others as bedroom furniture etc had been taken out and the rooms were just left with their floor coverings, paintings and impressive frescos adorning the vaulted ceilings. Some rooms were themed like the ceramics room and the tapestry room, rooms who's walls were completely covered wi ...
... Toledo.ll"!!!! We visited the Cathedral which was so impressive, we thought Westminster Abbey was amazing ( apart from the size ) The Cathedral was better. We also visited an the church of Santo Tome where El Greco's work hangs, we saw a painting entitled The burial of Count Orgaz , we also saw a Jewish sin agog over 1000 years old. A visit to a Damascene workshop where we saw jewellery being made, such precise work. We then drove back to Madrid where we ...